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CRN's Coverage Of The HP Global Partner Conference

CRN is on-hand at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to bring partners coverage of HP's first Global Partner Conference as two Fortune 50 companies.

CRN is on-hand at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center to bring partners coverage of HP's first Global Partner Conference as two Fortune 50 companies. Check out all of all of the coverage from the event as well as CRN's exclusive interviews with HPE CEO Meg Whitman, HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler and HP channel executives and partners. 

Hewlett Packard Enterprise

HP Global Partner Conference

 

Innovation Acceleration: HPE CEO Whitman Set To Rattle Dell, Cisco With Next-Gen Products, Channel Initiatives

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman laughs when asked how her life has changed from ­five years ago when she took over what was then a debt-ridden Silicon Valley behemoth with me-too products and a demoralized partner network. "My life is better," she says.

 

Whitman said she is having "way more fun" today running HPE as a smaller, nimble and more agile company with a reignited innovation engine and a charged-up partner community. "I may be the only CEO in America who thinks it is actually fun to have a smaller company as opposed to a bigger company," she said in an exclusive interview with CRN.

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HP Inc.

HP Global Partner Conference

 

Accelerating Innovation: HP CEO Weisler Disrupting Printer, PC Markets With New Products, Channel Programs


As HP Inc. CEO Dion Weisler followed the competitors in the recent Olympic Games in Rio, he saw parallels to some of the same attributes he’s instilled at the Palo Alto, Calif.-based company. He sees the new HP pushing the competitive envelope in both products and channel programs at a record-setting pace, just like the very best Olympic athletes. “These guys are raising the bar and breaking records,” he said. “That is what we have got to do every day—break records.”

 

He sees the new HP pushing the competitive envelope in both products and channel programs at a record-setting pace, just like the very best Olympic athletes. “These guys are raising the bar and breaking records,” he said. “That is what we have got to do every day—break records.”

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