HP Discover 2014 - Calling all HP ITAM & SAM success stories

HP Discover 2014 is in Las Vegas this year and as everyone knows it is the must attend conference of the year. HP Discover will feature sessions focused on the hottest topics in the industry today – IT Asset Management, Software License Optimization, Software Asset Management, Chargeback, Service Asset & Configuration Management, and much, much more.

 

Calling all HP ITAM & SAM success stories

 

Oracle Compliance.jpgWe invite customers and partners to share their HP ITAM & SAM success stories by submitting presentation title and abstract proposals to this year’s HP Discover 2014 event. By submitting your proposal, you have the opportunity to share with a broad audience the value in your use case or storyboard solution.

 

Why present @ HP Discover?

 

As a presenter, you have the unique opportunity to share and promote your success story with HP products with a very large audience. As a result you gain value in:

 

  • Visibility for your company
  • The chance to network and socialize with industry peers
  • Showcasing your innovation with HP Products
  • Engaging with HP Product Management & RnD
  • Discussing the latest ideas, trends and solutions

 

Submit your session

 

It’s rather simple – just click here to submit your session title and a brief description or abstract for your success or use case.

 

The deadline for submissions is Friday the 28th of February!

 

Do you need more information or have questions?

 

Feel free to contact me directly, and I will assist you and do my best to answer your ITAM or SAM questions for HP Discover 2014.

 

Brian T. Miller

CMS & ITAM - Sr. Product Marketing Manager

btmiller@hp.com
Hewlett-Packard Company

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