HP Technology Forum to Feature Keynote Addresses by Mark Hurd, Randy Mott and Ann Livermore
PALO ALTO, Calif., June 27, 2006
Three of HP’s top executives will be the featured speakers at the HP Technology Forum 2006, the company announced today.
Mark Hurd, chief executive officer and president, along with Randy Mott, chief information officer, and Ann Livermore, executive vice president of the company’s Technology Solutions Group, will address upwards of 7,000 HP customers, partners and employees at the event.
Scheduled to take place at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston on Sept. 17-21, the forum is HP’s largest technical training venue and product solution showcase in North America. Attendees will include systems integrators, value-added resellers, independent software vendor partners, user groups and the HP Certified Professional community.
Hundreds of daily hands-on labs, breakout sessions and tutorials will offer unmatched educational experiences as well as networking opportunities. Attendees will be able to learn about the latest HP enterprise technologies and services as well as participate in discussions to shape future offerings.
Produced by HP in cooperation with participating independent HP user groups, Encompass and ITUG, the forum additionally will offer solution- and segment-oriented technical training to enhance the learning experience.
More information on the HP Technology Forum 2006, as well as registration forms, is available at www.hptechnologyforum.com.
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