Here's how they describe the event:
HP's inaugural business technology conference in New Zealand is designed to bring together the best minds in technology, providing thought leadership on issues and answers, interactive networking and knowledge-transfer opportunities.
Having been held in Australia for the past six years, the inaugural HP TECHNOLOGY@WORK event in New Zealand provides an opportunity to get up close and personal with the latest HP technologies, software, services and solutions, as well as help organisations understand how they can use technology more effectively to drive success, reduce operational costs, minimise risk and ultimately become an Instant-On Enterprise.
This year's keynote speaker is HP's own David Fox, an expert in helping businesses to develop a strong Cloud strategy, identifying areas where investment in the Cloud will bring the greatest benefits and partnering with organisations to deliver dynamic, effective solutions.
Attendees will also be able to participate in two HP Experience Track Sessions, which will cover two key themes: Converged Infrastructure, and Hybrid IT. HP technicians will take part in panel discussions on these topics, offering insight into HP technologies, HP's approach to the Cloud and the Instant-On Enterprise."
Registrations for HP Technology@Work 2011 are open now. Dates are:
- Auckland (New Zealand): 12th July 2011
- Brisbane (Australia): 10th August
- Canberra (Australia): 13th September
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HP Discover 2011 Keynote notes
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