Friday, 23 February 2018

HP HPE2-E68 Question Answer

What is the target market for HPE OneView?

A. mid-sized and enterprise businesses of over 500 employees that want a simpler and faster way to manage and deploy infrastructure within the datacenter
B. a small-sized business that want HPE support professionals to help manage and deploy assets within the datacenter
C. mid-sized and enterprise businesses of over 1,000 employees looking for a softwaredefined storage solution
D. a small-sized business of under 100 employees that want to incorporate cloud resources in addition to their on-premises datacenter

Answer: C

Which HPE device offers a VPN to allow remote employees to access company resources over the Internet?

A. HPE OfficeConnect R100
B. Aruba 5400R
C. HPE OfficeConnect M330
D. Aruba 2930F

Answer: C

Friday, 22 December 2017

HP HPE2-E68 Question Answer

An IT services provider is considering Aruba Central to offer greater value to their customers. Which type of consumption model would this allow them to offer?

A. Platform as a Service (PaaS).
B. Infrastructure as a Service (laaS).
C. Identity as a Service (IDaaS).
D. Networking as a Service (NaaS).

Answer: C

A mid-sized company needs a network management solution for a multi-vendor wired and wireless network architecture. Which solution should you recommend?

A. Aruba Instant
B. Aruba AirWave
C. Aruba Central
D. HPE OfficeConnect

Answer: A

Wednesday, 8 November 2017

HP HPE2-E68 Question Answer

Which Aruba access point supports MU-MIMO?

A. Aruba Instant 225.
B. Aruba Instant 215.
C. Aruba Instant 425.
D. Aruba Instant 325.

Answer: A

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

HP HPE2-E68 Question Answer

How do UC applications tend to affect customer networks?

A. They introduce the need for dedicated firewall appliances connected to each edge switch.
B. They increase traffic at the network edge and increase speed requirements.
C. They increase the amount of latency that network devices can tolerate.
D. They make the types of traffic that flow through the network more uniform.

Answer: A

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

'It's Working': HP Says Its Push for Diversity at Its Agencies Is Getting Results

Last September, HP Marketing Director Antonio Lucio sent a memo to the five partners of HP's advertising and marketing agency to request a commitment to "radically improve the percentage of women and people of color in positions Of leadership "in their organizations. In April, it launched an ad vowing to combat bias among its hiring managers. Now, almost a year into the momentum of diversity, Lucio tells Ad Age that HP is already seeing real results - both internally and from the agencies of HP Gyro, BBDO, Fred & Farid, Edelman and Porter Novelli.

In a quick discussion at Cannes, Lucio reiterated his commitment to diversity and referred to things to come.

Explain how it went.

Better than I expected. In October we invited our agency partners to participate. We allowed them to set their own goals, understanding that they had to show a significant improvement in the number of women working in our account, with specific emphasis on strategy and creative services.

Only women?

Women and people of color.

And they themselves were going to set those goals?

That was the only way they were going to compromise. I thought that was a very important point. I have been doing marketing for a long time. It's stronger when I can convince you that you set your own goal because it's your goal. You are committed to surrendering it rather than imposing it on you.

Were there any targets that were not good enough for you?

None at all. I was excited about the level of enthusiasm. I just met with CEOs. They put some very interesting stretching goals. And in the last two quarters, we met once again on his score card.

Can you share some details?

For October we will give you all the numbers. What I can tell you now is that in our lead agencies, the number of women who run the account has grown. The number of women working in the creative department working on our account has grown where they almost did not exist. And in the media agency, the number of strategic resources that direct our account, which in the media is the most important role, has also increased significantly. Our plan is that in October, for the first anniversary of our convocation, we will sit down with all the agencies and we will make a white paper on the good, the bad, the ugly and the extraordinary.

Any clues as to what might be there?

The only clue I can give is that it's working.

We have heard from some agencies, outside the file, that they stand on this type of mandate. They say it's unfair, which is a kind of reverse discrimination.

I will tell you that one of the CEOs told me that if their top 10 customers had done so, the industry would be transforming at a faster rate. What we are asking for is not arbitrary.

Talk about the internal adjustments you made to your own equipment.

When I looked at my team - like many marketing departments - of the total population, about 60 percent are women. When you take a notch higher - to the managers - that number goes from 66 to 53 percent. From there to the leadership team, the top ten of my global team, there were only two. So over a period of 12 months, we work through movements - changes, logical evolution of the structure, if you will - to reach a balanced 50/50. We had to do that first because without the force of the argument, I could not have gone to the agencies.

You have to walk the walk.

I think changes have to be structural. Clients have to change, agencies have to change and production houses have to change as well. The number of heads of creativity in agencies is in the range of 20%, the number of women running commercials is less than 10.

When do we begin to see this reflected in the work, then?

Out of the work we just posted, for example, the mother-daughter movie, which was a female creative director who was not involved in our account before we started this. As for the most important things, our biggest introduction of products on the computer side, which is ink, the director came from Free the Bid and directed five spots that are going to see globally [as of this week] . That had never happened before. So let's see this over and over and over. We tested everything, and how those five points in the proven premium line were some of the highest scores we've seen.

Sunday, 7 May 2017

Innovative HP Hones In On The Future

Giant Tech offers glimpse into key mega trends that shape the world of the future.

"Responding to change is fine," Rob Mesaros noted, before pausing.

But when addressing an audience of key channel partners in Melbourne, that was never going to be the takeaway line.

"It's better to lead it," added Mesaros, speaking as vice president and managing director of HP South Pacific.

"But do not understand it and let it wash over you, well, there are corporate cemeteries full of iconic companies with which we have all grown."

At one point, industry critics were digging the grave of HP as well. Qualified as a "lost cause" with a double-digit drop in PC shipments, this was no longer a titan of technology, but a dinosaur in time borrowed.

And even the most ardent of supporters would have had to agree, because before 2015, the future seemed gloomy for one of the most emblematic brands in the industry.

A much-needed break with Hewlett Packard Enterprise continued and since it officially came out only on November 1, 2015, the vendor has excelled, overtaking a "challenging and somewhat volatile" industry to move towards a leading position in the market.

Driven by a revamped PC strategy, strategic vertical games and a push in premium devices, it's a well-documented story for the most agile and focused HP.

"We've had great times, we've had tough times, but fundamentally what has stood the test of time is a powerful reach of channel partners with capabilities involved in innovation and ensuring that it is customer focused and looking forward "Added Mesaros, in a direct tip of the hat to local partners.

"We are responding to change and HP has been accelerating innovation since we separated."

As you look ahead, a healthy HP is receding from chaos to delineate the mega trends set forth to shape the future world.

"How do we take this change instead of being led by it?" Asked HP Tech Ventures vice president and global chief Andrew Bolwell.

"We can not predict the future, but we can understand the mega trends - global social, economic, demographic or technological forces - that can help us pave the way," he said.

Specifically, HP is perfecting in four mega trends in 2017 and beyond.

In a direct reference to rapid urbanization, with more people moving to cities, the ripple effect will be an addition of 1.8 billion new consumers in the world economy, 95 percent of those in emerging markets.

According to Bolwell, this will lead to a major shift towards services and new business models.

Second, the evolution of the world's demographics show an aging population and a new generation of millenarian consumption technology in different forms. For Bolwell, both will impact the workplace in equal measure.

As a result of hyper-globalization, Bolwell said the industry is seeing an increase in the number of companies that are changing the basis of competition, such as Uber.

To stay ahead, Bolwell advised partners to focus on local markets and their requirements, as well as creating collaborative strategies across boundaries.

Citing the growth of hyper-mobility, the Internet of Things, intelligent machines and 3D transformation, Bolwell added that accelerated innovation in the market will change the customer's future demands and emerging opportunities for the channel as a consequence.

"At HP, we are using mega trends to identify future research areas for our labs, understanding what start-ups to invest in and how to improve our products and services so that we can meet the needs of our partners and end users in the future" "Bolwell said.

As a first step, Bolwell advised organizations to have an "open mind" when it comes to technology and innovation.

"You have to break yourself before someone does," he added. "At HP, we want to see how we can [work with partners and end users] to create the most compelling future possible."

Thursday, 30 March 2017

HP HPE2-E68 Question Answer

Which statement is true regarding the Aruba Mobile First platform?

A. It is the only SDN-based platform on the market today.
B. it is ranked the number one platform for virtual networking.
C. It is a cloud-based solution for SMBs looking for more agile solutions.
D. It encompasses both wireless and wired solutions.

Answer: A

A customer is expanding from one site to three and needs a network device that connects all six offices dispersed throughout the country. Which type of device meets this criteria?

A. WAN router.
B. firewall.
C. unmanaged switch.
D. Layer 2 switch.

Answer: B