HP Discover 2014 Barcelona

HP Discover is the ultimate technology event where thousands of IT professionals gather to learn, connect, and grow. At the most recent HP Discover 2014 Las Vegas, I spoke about how the explosive pace of change and technological advancement is moving us from an era where people need to interact with machines to get things done, to a world where technology anticipates our needs, automates the mundane, and frees us to focus on what matters most.

I’m thrilled to be taking part in the next HP Discover event. I’ll be speaking at HP Discover 2014 Barcelona on Thursday, December 4 at 11 am.

At the session, “Blended Reality: Riding the Waves of Innovation”, we’ll discuss the challenges of mastering how to ride the rising waves of technological advancement. We’ll talk about the need for enterprise innovators to be agile in order to jockey for position in today’s fast-paced marketplace, while keeping an eye on the horizon for the next big technological swell.

We’ll also dive into how industry-shifting trends — immersive experiences, 3D transformation and wearables — are paving the way to revolutionizing our future. You’ll get a glimpse into how technology is evolving to seamlessly transition between digital and physical worlds something HP calls Blended Reality. You’ll also discover the new wave of devices, services and business models that will transform the industry, and learn how you can ride these technology trends to drive innovation in your business.

Get a glimpse of what you can experience at HP Discover 2014 Barcelona:

To register for HP Discover 2014 Barcelona, click here.

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