HP Global Partner Conference 2015 Coverage

CRN attends the HP Global Partner Conference 2015.

HP Global Partner Conference

HP's annual Global Partner Conference is underway in Las Vegas and there's plenty of buzz this year as the company will be split into a $57 billion enterprise computing business, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, and a $57 billion printing and personal systems company, HP Inc., in November. Check in with CRN all week for news and analysis of the event.

HP's Whitman: Channel Key As HP Splits To Speed Customer Transformation

HP depends on the channel as it looks to rev up its own growth and customers' change to new business models, says HP CEO Meg Whitman.

HP Launches Program To Help Partners Navigate Split

HP kicks off its annual Global Partner Conference with a blizzard of partner program changes aimed at boosting partner sales growth. Here are the 10 top game-changers for HP partners.

HP Global Partner Conference: 10 New Ways For Partners To Drive Sales Growth

HP Partner Navigator includes a number of new tools and HP-funded headcount to help make sure the transition goes smoothly.

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise Moves To Services-Led Sales Model

A new sales certification eliminates a model focused on particular product segments and replaces it with a single services certification.

HP Provides Partners With New OneView, ConvergedSystem 700 Services

HP wants to make it easier for its channel partners to bring new management and services to customers' data centers.

HP Intros New Flash, Data Protection Storage For SMBs

At this week's HP Global Partner Conference, the company is rolling out several storage solutions aimed squarely at SMB customers.

HP Unveils Partner One Alliance For PC-Printing-Enterprise Partners

HP vows that the new alliance will ensure more leads, deal opportunities and increased MDF for partners that do business with both Hewlett-Packard Enterprise and HP Inc.

HP Inc. Ups Services Offensive With New PC-Printing Partner Program

The new program aims to drive more business around managed print, mobility services and even 'everything-as-a-service.'