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A radically different type of user, a radically different type of keynote

matt morgan.jpgIT is at an inflection point, have you felt it? It is no longer acceptable to make the user bend to IT systems.  Instead it is now the job of designers to make sure Systems bend to the user. 


Matt Morgan, Vice President of HP Software Product Marketing and Kevin Tucker, Director at United Airlines will share their thoughts on the new center of IT at HP Discover. Keep reading to find out how you can hear their thoughts on the topic at HP Discover.


Guest post by Kelly Emo,

Director, HP Software Applications Product Marketing

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