This is a message HP sent out to their customers attending the HP Discover 2011:
Are you ready for the age of the Instant-On Enterprise?
In the age of the Instant-On Enterprise, IT agility is essential. Your organization must be poised to react immediately to new customer expectations, new market opportunities, and new competitive threats. That can be a tough assignment when you consider today's IT realities: Data center sprawl. Rigid, complex IT silos. An influx of mountains of data.
Consider these examples:
. 68 percent of IT project initiatives fail by being late, over budget, or lacking in important functionality.
. The typical construction timeline to build a traditional brick-and-mortar data center is 24-months.
. With skyrocketing demand for digital storage, the number of network-hosted storage subscribers in the U.S. will rise from 6.6 million in 2009 to 21.5 million in 2014.
Points like these underscore the need for new approaches to the data center-which brings us to the upcoming announcements. We hope you will join us June 6 for a first hand look at HP Converged Infrastructure innovations that solve some of today's most pressing IT challenges.
To reserve your seat, register today at www.hp.com/go/agileIT to attend our live webcast, or plan to catch a replay of the event announcement on hp.com.
Here are some other links:
HP Agile IT event at HP Discover 2011 (6th June 2011, 10am Pacific Time)
Other related posts:
HP TECHNOLOGY@WORK 2011 – The Instant-On Enterprise in Australia and New Zealand
HP Discover 2011 Keynote notes
Register now for HP Discover Backstage Pass: Software
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