HPE CEO on the New Cloud Opportunities

Bloomberg Technology published this video item, entitled “HPE CEO on the New Cloud Opportunities” – below is their description.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. CEO Antonio Neri joins Emily Chang to discuss the company’s “everything as a service” business strategy and the latest innovations from its annual edge-to-cloud conference. Plus, his take on the growing competition with the likes of Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure in the cloud landscape, and potential M&A opportunities.

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