Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced it is making it easier for small businesses and remote office locations to focus on driving growth and make digital transformation a reality with new technologies that are simple to set up, highly secure and automated.
The latest HPE Small Business Solutions include the next-generation HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus, featuring industry-leading automation, remote management, and security capabilities, and Intel® Pentium and Intel Xeon E processors. The HPE MicroServer, which is as small as a typical hardcover textbook, is significantly more economical compared to existing market offerings, costs as little as a streaming TV/movie subscription at less than $20/month, and is as easy to set up as a smartphone.1
“Digital transformation is becoming a key part of IT strategy for small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) and we expect two-thirds of SMBs to embrace it by 2023,” said Shari Lava, research director, Small Medium Business (SMB) Research Program, IDC. “SMBs are looking for easy-to-manage solutions that can scale as needed. Solutions, such as this one from HPE, addresses this demand with small businesses by delivering enterprise-grade technologies, which combine servers, software, networking and cloud capabilities that are easier for small business to adopt and manage regardless of their in-house IT capabilities.”
In addition to enhanced, enterprise-grade solutions, HPE is further accelerating digital transformation for SMBs through its partner ecosystem that is equipped to enable impactful experiences to customers, and financial support provided by HPE Financial Subscription Services, a program that delivers flexible payment services to customers to easily adopt HPE technologies at a predictable low monthly cost.
“We are committed to helping small businesses innovate, serve their customers, and drive growth and digital disruption by empowering them with enterprise-class technologies that uniquely address their needs for IT expertise, budget, and space,” said Tim Peters, vice president, and general manager, Global SMB & Mid-Market, at HPE. “The design of our latest HPE MicroServer and strategic pricing model was inspired by our SMB customers to meet their expectations for the most economical, secure and easy-to-manage solutions that support their entire business operation.”