HP Discover new product sneak preview

I was in a meeting last week with some of our R&D team and the product manager talking about a new product that we are releasing “soon”. I learned that we will be showing a demo of this new product in public for the first time at HP Discover in the “Innovation Zone”. If you want to see this great demo, you need to:

 

1.       Attend HP Discover

2.       Ask your sales rep to take you to the Innovation Zone on the show floor

3.       Sign a Confidential Disclosure Agreement (CDA) form

 

148x110_BeThere_vegas.jpgUnfortunately, I can’t share more about what this product does, when it will be available, or what we are calling it. But, trust me that if are going to the show and interested in improving the way you manage your IT infrastructure, you will definitely want to make time to visit the Innovation Zone.

 

If you don’t know your sales rep or can’t find them at the show, look me up and I’ll take you in (after you sign the necessary forms).

 

For HP Operations Center, Peter Spielvogel

 

Comments
itManageCast | ‎06-01-2011 07:44 AM

Interesting! I'll be at the show, but don't have frequent contact with (in fact not even sure who at the moment is) my HP sales rep.  I'd very much like to look you up & take you up on this offer to sign the CDA & see the new technology Peter.

If I don't get a chance, I'm hoping you'll be able to blog about it in more detail soon.

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Peter leads Product Marketing for the HP Software Operations Center (formerly OpenView Operations) portfolio of products. He has helped comp...
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