Rightsize Licenses – Service License Optimization White Paper

This paper presents a new approach to rightsizing software licenses—an approach that empowers companies to get control of their software environment, achieve compliance with all vendors, and optimize license purchases to reduce costs and risks. Simply put, it shows you a new style of license management that fits the “new style of IT.” Download the

Ballarat Grammar secures BYOD with HP Sentinel SDN

Ballarat Grammar is a K-12 school located in Victoria, Australia. An extensive campus hosts a flourishing community of 250 faculty and 1,400 students, with over 200 students living in boarding houses. Ballarat’s senior students and faculty members each have a school-provided laptop, and everyone has access to the network in classrooms, boarding houses, and throughout

Powering the 21st century data center with HP next generation FlexFabric

Virtualization, cloud computing, and big data are transforming the data center and creating significant capacity planning and network engineering challenges for IT organizations. Legacy data center networks originally designed to support conventional client-server applications can’t meet the performance, scalability, or availability demands of today’s highly virtualized compute environments. HP’s FlexFabric data center fabric architecture is

BYOD and Beyond

Focusing on the business challenges and opportunities presented by BYOD, rich media, and UC&C, this whitepaper introduces the HP Unified Wired and Wireless Access solution of open, standards-based solutions. Discover how this solution helps businesses of all sizes improve the user experience, strengthen security, and simplify management, while reducing capital investments and operating expenses. This

HP StoreOnce: The Next Wave of Data Deduplication

Leveraging deduplication in backup environments yields significant advantages. The cost savings in reducing disk capacity requirements change the economics of disk-based backup. For some organizations, it allows disk-based backup—and, importantly, recovery—to be extended to additional workloads in the environment. For others, deduplication makes it possible to introduce disk-based backup where it may not have been