Discover best practices in compliance, data archiving, information management and more at HP DISCOVER 2011 in Las Vegas

 

If you are looking for real answers to help transform your IT, consider attending HP Discover Americas.  The multiday event– which combines HP Technology Forum and HP Software Universe Americas into a single event – takes place at the Venetian hotel in Las Vegas during the week of June 6, 2011.  This event gives you the opportunity to hear from industry thought leaders, attend interactive sessions, participate in specialized training, and network with peers and HP executives. Watch this video to see what you can expect. 

 

 

 

Full session catalog now available

Produced by HP Enterprise Business in cooperation with participating independent user groups, the multiday event offers sessions on application modernization, information management, mobile devices (including webOS), global data centers, security, hybrid delivery and cloud computing.

The full session catalog is now available.  There will be on than two dozen sessions related to compliance, archiving, and information management.  Use the advanced search and sorting to preview what sessions will be presented at the conference. More than 800 sessions in all areas of IT will be offered, including nearly 200 software-specific offerings.

In addition, the event will feature end-user roadmaps for HP’s portfolio, including services, automation and management software, servers, storage and networking. 

Attendees also can gain experience with hands-on demonstrations as well as participate in valuable technical training, education and certification courses across HP’s products, solutions and services. Those needing some certifications may also be interested in knowing that you can save as much as $875 by taking 5 free ExpertOne exams at the event. 

Additional information about HP Discover Americas is available at www.hp.com/go/discover or follow #hpdiscover on twitter.

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