Hewlett-Packard plans to invest $1 billion in its Enterprise Services business, creating fully automated, standardized, state-of-the-art commercial data centers built on its Converged Infrastructure and operated by its industry-leading management software.  The move will enable HP clients to migrate their applications to modernized infrastructure platforms, allowing them to run their businesses faster and more efficiently, HP claims.

This initiative is designed to enhance the client experience and better position Enterprise Services for growth. HP will consolidate Enterprise Services’ commercial data centers, management platforms, networks, tools and applications to create a more scalable, modernized and automated IT infrastructure.

With the restructured platforms, HP customers will be able to utilize the vendor’s products and services via traditional on-premises computing, outsourced computing and services via the cloud. “The cloud aspect of it is very important,” HP executive VP Ann Livermore said during a conference call on Tuesday.




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