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HPE Workload-Optimized Infrastructure Is Key To ‘Survival’ In New Normal: HPE Compute GM Neil MacDonald

Neil MacDonald, the general manager of HPE’s $12.21 billion compute business, says that adapting and evolving infrastructure by leveraging HPE’s workload-optimized solutions is key to “survival” in the “new normal” created by the global pandemic.

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Responding To ‘Customer Needs’ And The ‘New Realities’

Workload optimization and delivering workload-optimized solutions is all about responding to our customer needs. In the last 18 months – more than ever- organizations of all shapes and sizes are having to transform faster than they planned…IT leaders have to accelerate their strategic transformations given all the pressures they are facing to evolve their business to deal with the new realities we are all facing. That means they are having to deploy solutions that they maybe didn’t have to before.

At the end of the day customers are trying to run their business. Right now that means they are having to adapt and evolve their actual business and needing to adapt and evolve their infrastructure as a means to an end of survival and thriving in the new environment we area all in. In that world our customers tell us that great infrastructure is a start but what they are really trying to do is solve a problem. What they are really trying to do is enable their workforce to be productive or develop new services and applications to serve end customers and drive new revenue or to drive greater efficiency and automation and resiliency into their existing infrastructure. If they are trying to do all those things it enables them to go focus on actually running their business and scale.

With the recovery that is moving right now at different phases and different stages and different parts of the economy, every business is trying to recover from the challenges of the last 18 months and really, really trying to avoid focusing too much energy on running their technology so they can spend more of their time and energy in leveraging technology to drive their business. And that is what we are enabling with our workload-optimized solutions.

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