Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has announced enhancements to the HPE Small Business Solutions that accelerate the digital transformation journey for small businesses. HPE Small Business Solutions assist small businesses to economically optimise their functions, create differentiated customer experiences and overcome the challenges of limited IT resources.
Building on the original HPE Small Business Solutions, launched in October 2018, the new updates combine HPE ProLiant Gen10 servers, HPE storage, Aruba networking and Microsoft cloud capabilities to deliver a simplified deployment and management experience for small business customers.
Small businesses understand that they must embrace a digital strategy in order to compete effectively with their peers, as well as larger companies with more resources. However, with limited staff and minimal technology resources, setting the right technology foundation can quickly become a costly and time-consuming endeavour.
HPE addresses these challenges with HPE Small Business Solutions – easy to choose, easy to use and easy to own solutions that combine servers, storage, software, networking and cloud capabilities into a turnkey experience. Today’s updates to the HPE Small Business Solutions further build on this experience, with enhancements designed to meet the unique requirements and priorities of small businesses. This includes providing optimally priced solutions that allow businesses to scale users and data as their needs expand, as well as proven tools that enable businesses to backup and protect data to efficiently comply with potentially burdensome regulatory requirements and reduce system downtime.
“To compete in today’s market, small businesses need to direct their energy and resources to creating new value and experiences for their customers,” said Tim Peters, vice president and general manager, Transactional SMB Group at HPE. “At HPE, we’re energised by our small business customers’ successes and are committed to advancing their efforts with solutions, guidance, support and flexible payment options that let them focus on their customers and growing their business.”
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