HPE CEO Meg Whitman on Politics & Technology

HPE CEO Meg Whitman on Politics & Technology

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As the CEO of a technology company, it is incredible to watch the growing role of technology in our democracy. Leading up to November's election, campaigns on both sides are leveraging data to more effectively reach constituents.

China and Russia Take the Lead in the Supercomputer Arms Race

China and Russia Take the Lead in the Supercomputer Arms Race

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Supercomputers are now the key to establishing military might. Part of the reason you don’t hear about the supercomputer gap is that these high-performance machines are used by Homeland Security and other below-the-radar functions within the federal government.

From Battlefield to Boardroom: Q&A With HPE COO Chris Hsu

From Battlefield to Boardroom: Q&A With HPE COO Chris Hsu

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s COO and EVP Chris Hsu is a graduate of West Point and a former U.S. Army captain, a leadership role that proved valuable in navigating the HP-HPE transition and the ever-shifting tech landscape.

Athlete vs. Terminator: The Future of Performance-Enhancing Tech

Athlete vs. Terminator: The Future of Performance-Enhancing Tech

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Major advances in biotechnology, printing and prosthetics may give athletes a leg up on the competition The merger of man and machine is a rapidly growing research field with implications across industries like sports, medicine and military.

Chris Hsu on how to Separate a Fortune 50 Company in 391 Days

Chris Hsu on how to Separate a Fortune 50 Company in 391 Days

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Chris Hsu, Chief Operating Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise. HPE COO shares how to Separate a Fortune 50 Company in 391 Days. Read more about this colossal task.

Protecting the Boundaryless Enterprise

Protecting the Boundaryless Enterprise

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Offering secure anytime, anywhere access isn't easy. Sue Barsamian, senior vice president of HP’s Security Products business, says getting the balance right starts with understanding how the threat landscape has changed over the past two decades.

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