Innovation Journal shows where HP and the world are headed
This week HP published the second issue of the Innovation Journal, a company magazine devoted to "inventing the blended world of tomorrow." The Spring 2016 issue was guided by the theme: Charting a course for the future.
The Innovation Journal is your chance to share in what the finest minds in HP are seeing. The journal sets its focus beyond the day-to-day product revs and rev-to-rev techno-tweaks. It searches for emerging technologies and megatrends that will profoundly impact our lives, like the rise of mega-cities.
In this issue
The Spring issue pauses to look back over 50 years of innovation at HP Labs, where LED lights, pocket calculators, atomic clocks, and many computer architectures were invented.
Getting back to the future, the Innovation Journal considers:
- Megatrends shaping our future & HP strategy
By Andrew Bolwell, Global Head, Technology Vision and HP Ventures
- Ambient computing in the fabric of everyday life
By Ticky Thakkar, Head of Emerging Compute Lab, Cheif Technologist Personal Systems
and Louis Kim, Global Head and General Manager, Immersive Computing
- Accelerating into the future with partners
By Jos Brenkel, Global Head, Sales Strategy and Operations
This issue's Innovation Spotlight considers the role of the HP Sprout Pro and Elite X3 in the way we get things done.
You will also learn about HP people, including talented employees in Taiwan and Brazil.