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Virtualization + Automation + Management Software Consolidation = Cost Optimization

One common theme that seems to come up in every conversation with customers is cost optimization. Companies appear ready to spend money if you can prove that their investment will save them money - fast.


Having heard this many times over the past few months, our campaigns team has created a new portal that contains many assets (webinars, white papers, solution briefs) that describe HP’s offerings in virtualization, automation, and management software consolidation. All topics that my colleagues and I address in this blog.


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Check out the cost optimization portal and let me know what you think.


Here’s how the director of campaigns, Gayle Levin, describes the portal:


How do you spend less during a downturn, while laying the groundwork to exit stronger, more efficient and competitive when the economy recovers? It’s a critical question facing many IT organizations today. IT cost optimization can help you overcome this challenge. By maintaining focus on an organization’s operational and financial health, IT cost optimization enables smart cost reductions that don’t undermine business performance or competitive edge. While transformational cost optimization projects are a tough sell while budgets are tight, operational initiatives can produce results in six to 12 months while laying the groundwork for future endeavors. Operational initiatives include IT financial management (ITFM), virtualization management, automation and management software consolidation. Learn more about how HP’s IT cost optimization solutions can help you gain operational advantage.


For HP Operations Center, Peter Spielvogel.


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