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  • Today, HP is the largest technology company in the world, with a global reach and an array of solutions that go well beyond the printers and PCs that we’re famous for. At HP, we intend to develop the solutions in cloud and connectivity that will define the future of the industry. Our core strengths—broad portfolio, market-leading positions in the enterprise, and consumer, innovation, scale, and global reach—align to the opportunity ahead and put us in a unique position to deliver against our vision. At HP, we provide seamless, secure, context-aware experiences for a connected world. We’re the 10th-largest [10th largest what?] in America (by revenue) and the 26th-largestin the world according to Fortune magazine. We do business in approximately 170 countries, and a billion people around the world use HP technology every day. Last year, HP shipped about 52.6 million printers, 64.3 million PCs, and 2.8 million servers—or about 3.5 products every second. More than 200 million cell phone subscribers worldwide depend on HP software to place calls. And more than 18 million people rely on mobile and LAN-based carrier communications running on HP technology.In addition, we have 145,000 sales partners, 210,000 service partners, and 88,000 retail locations. Which is to say that we are a truly global corporation, creating technology that positively impacts individuals and businesses all around the world. Doctors in Norway are providing up-to-the-second, life-saving care to their patients with HP systems that are always on and always connected. In Canada, a nonprofit organization is using HP cloud computing technology to decrease the amount of time it takes to trace and remove potentially harmful food products from the supply chain once a recall is issued. And in Brazil, we’re working long-term with a company to design an infrastructure that not only meets their sustainability goals, it will create new jobs in the region. It’s because of our unique combination of size, scale, and global presence that we can pioneer new markets, make technology accessible and affordable for customers, use our natural resources effectively, and invest in the research required to enable the next round of technological breakthroughs.Footnotes: 1 Market share based on shipment revenues (all other market shares are based on unit shipments), and specifically for software revenue = license + maintenance + subscription revenues2 Classified as “portables” by IDC3 Includes PWS Desktops and PWS Mobile4 Based on combining IDC categories of IT Services including “project-based,” “outsourcing,” and “training/support”5 Includes FC SAN and iSCSI SAN, Fibre Channel (FC), Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), InfiniBand, iSCSI, NAS, Switched SAS (SAS SAN)6 Market share based on annual revenue, CY20097 Market share based on annual revenue, CY2009 8 Includes single function and multifunction printers9 Includes single function and multifunction printers 10Includes L2 and L3 Ethernet Switches for both HP and 3COM sourced from Dell’Oro Group 1Q10 Switch Ethernet, May 201011OS view including revenues for UNIX, Linux, and Windows across hardware architectures including X86, PA-RISC, Integrity, etc.Specific Sources of DataBlade Servers - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, 2010, 3Qx86 Servers - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, 20103, 3QUnix + Linux + Windows Servers - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker, 2010, 3QBranded Tape Drives – IDC Worldwide Branded Tape , 3Q10, Vendor Analysis, based on unitsExternal Disk Storage Systems - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Disk Storage Tracker, 3Q10, based on unitsStorage Area Networks Systems - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Disk Storage Tracker, 3Q10, based on unitsAutomated Software Quality –IDC Worldwide Automated Software Quality 2009–2013 Forecast Update and 2008 Vendor Shares: Evolving Quality in a Challenging Market, #223893, June 2010Distributed System Management Software – IDC, Worldwide Distributed System Management Software 2009 Vendor Shares, #224062, July 2010IT Asset Management Software – IDC, Worldwide IT Asset Management Software 2009 Vendor Shares, #224438, August 2010IT Services – IDC Worldwide Quarterly Services Vendor Tracker, 2009 only Annual share position available, Refreshed in Q2 2010 Outsourcing – IDC Worldwide Quarterly Services Vendor Tracker, 2009 only Annual share position available, Refreshed in Q2 2010 Support and Training - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Services Vendor Tracker, 2009 only Annual share position available, Refreshed in Q2 2010 Inkjet Printers - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker, 20103QLaser Printers - IDC Worldwide Quarterly Hardcopy Peripherals Tracker, 20103QEthernet Switches – 3Q2010 Switch EthernetWorkstations - IDC Worldwide Workstation Tracker 3Q10Notebooks - IDC Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker, 3Q10Desktops - IDC Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker, 3Q10Thin Clients – Worldwide Enterprise Thin-Client QView 3Q2010
  • Business context: the need for speedThe pace of business in our world is accelerating to staggering levels. The increase in information, and the rate of transactions and interactions is exponential. Simultaneously, consumers have more demanding expectations regarding speed and depth of interactivity and mobility. All of these drivers are causing business leaders to reevaluate their business models and look to technology give them a strategic advantage. Common approaches are using social media to integrate consumers into strategic planning and providing new outlets for products and services via mobile applications.
  • All of this is driving a major shift in IT. In most organizations, IT is seen as an inhibitor to the rate of change and not as a catalyst. The biggest challenge CIOs face is the need to react much faster to business demands in order to use IT as a competitive differentiator. However, extensive HP research shows the typical IT department spends 70 percent of its budget on maintaining its existing infrastructure and only 30 percent on innovation to generate a competitive advantage for the business. As a result, CIOs are looking for new approaches that enable them to apply more resources toward proactively addressing their business needs. Through the use of cloud services, converged infrastructure, and strategic outsourcing, they can significantly reduce the time required to provision new services—from months to hours—while lowering the capital, deployment, and management costs to reallocate resources toward what truly differentiates.
  • IT challenge: the need for expertise The number-one inhibitor cited by business and IT leaders is sourcing the right expertise when and how companies need to acquire it. According to The InfoPro, when asked to name the number-one obstacle to adopting cloud services, ~60% of executives cited “Lack of staff skills/shortage of expertise.” They are reporting a competency gap; employees with relevant skills are difficult to come by. When you consider the rate of change in both business and technology that IT professionals must contend with in order to stay relevant, it’s no wonder this is the case. According to these leaders, two factors comprise this issue: Sourcing Businesses typically go about acquiring IT expertise in three ways: 1) they hire it, 2) they outsource it, or 3) they acquire it through service providers or cloud services. The IT organization of the future will be much smaller and more nimble, focusing internal resources on deeper and broader business expertise while leveraging service providers who bring deep technology expertise. This represents a whole different mindset for people entering the workforce. Many new IT professionals will become consultants on contract rather than employees. Different expertise (next page)
  • Let’s take a closer look at the IT expertise gap.Most IT organizations include staff who hold multiple product certifications. In general, IT vendor certifications provide good product-specific experience but they in no way develop the expertise to optimize a business’s customer service portal in the cloud. In addition, as the certification industry has focused on increasing volumes, many programs have become more “knowledge based” and compromised the hands-on experiential elements. New technology expertise paradigm: injecting business value into IT skill developmentAt an industry level, we need to provide new ways to develop and source this expertise. With the accelerating pace of change in both business and technology, we need a framework to provide concise, relevant, end-to-end experiences that help IT professionals stay current on the volume of change in a simple and consumable way. This applies both to the existing IT professionals as well as developing new ones with the expertise to create business value. Different expertise: (from previous page) There are two key expertise attributes that Business and IT leaders require. Multivendor, end-to-end, cross-platform, solution experience, and a demonstrated understanding of the business and how to leverage technology to achieve business outcomes. Those certifications that remain in demand are providing experience with cutting-edge technologies that create meaningful business differentiation.
  • Key message:Supporting points:Transition to next slide: Let’s take a closer look at the curriculum.
  • Demographics of expertiseAs you move up the pyramid, you have fewer people with significant industry experience. As you move down the pyramid, you have a magnitude of people with more basic skills.  Until now, the ExpertOne program has been designed for current IT professionals. Working with education allows HP to broaden the talent pool of experts and meet HP customer and partner needs for hiring, outsourcing, and acquiring expertise through service providers.
  • Key Message: HP ExpertOne launched HP Institute to close the gap between traditional classroom offerings and what businesses need now and in the future as they navigate their own maturity model.The challengeAcademic programs are often resource-challenged to develop courseware that keeps pace with rapidly-changing technology and business environments. The gap between course curriculum and what businesses need means that institutions increasingly struggle with their #1 metric for success: graduate job placement. For STEM education in particular, the lack of practical and hands-on education limits graduate employability.Why HP?HP Institute provides a different approach than other vendor-based academic programs. Only HP: Offers a vendor independent cloud certification designed specifically for studentsIncorporates hands-on, practical labs into every course – ensuring that students have hands-on experience upon graduationInfuses business context into technical curriculum – empowering students to understand how technology supports business objectivesThe offeringHP provides four technical learning solution packages tuned for the academic environment at the high school, technical school, or university level.This two-year degree program aims to provide the practical experience a graduate needs to set up a complete, end-to-end IT solution for a small or medium business (SMB) sized company. This includes working with the technology and learning to apply that technology to achieve defined strategic business objectives. Transition to next slide: To date, HP Institute has been focused on technology offerings. With this announcement, HP Institute extends its offerings to business students.
  • Key Message: HP ExpertOne launched HP Institute to close the gap between traditional classroom offerings and what businesses need now and in the future as they navigate their own maturity model.The challengeAcademic programs are often resource-challenged to develop courseware that keeps pace with rapidly-changing technology and business environments. The gap between course curriculum and what businesses need means that institutions increasingly struggle with their #1 metric for success: graduate job placement. For STEM education in particular, the lack of practical and hands-on education limits graduate employability.Why HP?HP Institute provides a different approach than other vendor-based academic programs. Only HP: Offers a vendor independent cloud certification designed specifically for studentsIncorporates hands-on, practical labs into every course – ensuring that students have hands-on experience upon graduationInfuses business context into technical curriculum – empowering students to understand how technology supports business objectivesThe offeringHP provides four technical learning solution packages tuned for the academic environment at the high school, technical school, or university level.This two-year degree program aims to provide the practical experience a graduate needs to set up a complete, end-to-end IT solution for a small or medium business (SMB) sized company. This includes working with the technology and learning to apply that technology to achieve defined strategic business objectives. Transition to next slide: To date, HP Institute has been focused on technology offerings. With this announcement, HP Institute extends its offerings to business students.
  • HP is partnering with Certiport to develop a complete set of academic solution components including HP Official Courseware textbooks, e-Learning, Remote Lab Facilities, Practice Tests, and Certification Exams. All of these are designed for use by educators within the classroom environment.
  • A-Series labs in training remote lab environment
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  • HP is partnering with Certiport to develop a complete set of academic solution components including HP Official Courseware textbooks, e-Learning, Remote Lab Facilities, Practice Tests, and Certification Exams. All of these are designed for use by educators within the classroom environment.
  • A-Series labs in training remote lab environment
  • To reach this segment, HP is adding an Associate level to ExpertOne program with a similar aspirational vision. Many academic certification programs are simplified versions of an IT vendor’s professional program. HP’s objective is to inject business relevance and practical experience into education, helping to ensure that graduates entering the workforce will be ready for the emerging IT environment. In addition, HP provides pathways for IT professionals to continue their career development through HP professional level certification and education.
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    • 1. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Welcometothe HPInstitute How HP is working with education to develop tomorrow’s IT workforce today
    • 2. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.2 Discussion topics • HP research on the IT expertise gap • HP Institute program overview • Next steps: How to evaluate HP Institute and incorporate it into your educational programs
    • 3. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.3 HP: The world’s largest IT company Market shares and rankings are updated quarterly based on market research data obtained from IDC (www.idc.com), and delineate HP’s positions in key hardware, software, services, and networking markets. Note that IDC does not permit HP to show how it compares with other IT vendors in each market category. Market Position Share Blade servers #1 53.4% X86-based servers #1 38.5% UNIX/Linux/Windows servers #1 34.2% Ethernet switches #2 10.6% Automated software quality #1 39.0% IT Asset Management software #2 18.3% IT Services #2 6.0% Outsourcing #2 8.6% Support and training #2 6.7% Desktop PCs #1 18.3% Notebooks #1 20.2% Workstations #1 44.5% Thin clients #1 28.5% Laser printers #1 36.2% Inkjet printers #1 47.7% Printing & personal systems Enterprise HP ships 2 client devices per second! HP ships 10 servers per minute! HP ships 2 printers per second!
    • 4. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.4 Business need for speed 1. “The data deluge: Businesses, governments and society are only starting to tap its vastpotential,” The Economist, Feb. 25, 2010. http://www.economist.com/node/15579717 2. “Dataquest Insight: Application Stores; The Revenue Opportunity Beyond the Hype,” Stephanie Baghdassarian, Carolina Milanesi; 16 December 2009. 3. Juniper Research. http://www.juniperresearch.com/viewpressrelease.php?id=210&pr=181 4. “The Difference Engine: Chattering Objects,” The Economist,Aug. 13, 2010. http://www.economist.com/node/21009505 2005 Mankind created 150 exabytes of digital data1 2010 Created 8x more data1 2013 Mobile apps download > 21B2 2014 130M Enterprise users in mobile cloud3 2020 2T devices connect to the Internet4 Data, transactions, and customer interactions are increasing exponentially
    • 5. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.5 IT capability gap Data, transactions, and customer interactions are increasing exponentially 2005 Mankind created 150 exabytes of digital data1 2010 Created 8x more data1 2013 Mobile apps download > 21B2 2014 130M Enterprise users in mobile cloud3 2020 2T devices connect to the Internet4 IT capability to leverage technology for business differentiation G A P IT capability to leverage technology for business differentiation 1. “The data deluge: Businesses, governments and society are only starting to tap its vastpotential,” The Economist, Feb. 25, 2010. http://www.economist.com/node/15579717 2. “Dataquest Insight: Application Stores; The Revenue Opportunity Beyond the Hype,” Stephanie Baghdassarian, Carolina Milanesi; 16 December 2009. 3. Juniper Research. http://www.juniperresearch.com/viewpressrelease.php?id=210&pr=181 4. “The Difference Engine: Chattering Objects,” The Economist,Aug. 13, 2010. http://www.economist.com/node/21009505
    • 6. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.6 IT capability to leverage technology for business differentiation G A P IT need for expertise Source: The 451 Group and The InfoPro - 2011 60% of executives cited lack of skills and expertise “hampering” ability to execute cloud strategies and solutions
    • 7. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.7 21st century IT pros need business context and practical experience Expertise gap— New skills required by IT pros Business context awareness Translate business objectives into technology strategies that increase business ROI End-to-end solution expertise Develop integrated cross-platform, multi- technology solutions Hands-on experience Direct experience with cutting-edge technologies that create business differentiation “Technology and business skills have in effect collapsed into each other, creating legions of what our firm refers to generically as "hybrid IT/business professionals." New hybrid jobs and job titles have been created throughout the enterprise. Even traditional IT jobs have been reshuffled and substantially redefined with new skill requirements and aptitudes [demanded], even though many times the job titles have remain unchanged.” - Foote Partners, 2011 IT Skills Demand and Pay Trends Report
    • 8. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.8 21st century business roles require technology awareness and creative problem solving Expertise gap— New skills required by business pros Technology acumen Identify and leverage technologies to achieve business outcomes Systems thinking and innovation Inquiry and collaboration to grasp the “big picture” and develop creative solutions to business challenges Practical experience managing IT / business initiatives Keep IT initiatives on track and ensure they deliver on the business objectives “To be productive contributors to society in our 21st century, you need to be able to quickly learn the core content of a field of knowledge while also mastering a broad portfolio of essentials in learning, innovation, technology, and career skills needed for work and life.” - Trilling and Fadel, 21st Century Skills
    • 9. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.9 IT expertise gap—demographics of expertise Experts Tech professionals Pursuing careers in technology Technology enthusiasts; considering careers in tech Digital literacy Depthofexpertise Totaladdressablepopulation Billions of people new to technology Many thousands of students in technology fields and adult reskilling Thousands of IT professional with 2‟10 years of experience A few thousand IT professionals with 10‟20 years of experience Millions of hobbyists, information workers, and students Career professionals Academic students
    • 10. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. TheHPInstituteProgram
    • 11. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.11 HP Institute is a partnership with academic institutions to infuse practical skills and business context into education. Benefits: HP Institute objective is employability Students/professionals • Students gain practical experience and industry-recognized certification right in the classroom which helps them get a job. Academic institutions and educators • Providing students with skills that employers are looking for differentiates schools and educators and helps them place students in careers. Business and industry (HP customers and partners) • Continuous access to talent with precisely the skill and expertise they need.
    • 12. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.12 Based on industry standards, powered by HP HP Institute offerings IT career path Cloud • Cloud essentials • Choosing between onsite, hosted, and cloud services • Cross-technology virtualization • Cross-technology integration • Business acumen for IT leaders Networks • Designing and deploying wired and wireless networking solutions • Virtual networking • Network security and management Connected devices • Designing and deploying multidevice solutions (PC, laptop, mobile device, and virtual clients) • Client security, management • Consuming hosted , cloud applications Servers & storage • Designing and deploying server and storage solutions • Optimizing applications • Security and management Business career path IT For Business • IT acumen for business leaders • Driving business outcomes through technology • Owned IT • Outsourcing • Cloud services • Converged Infrastructure HPATACertification IT Architect
    • 13. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.17 HP ATA prepares students for employment in these important IT job roles: Who should certify? IT career path Cloud • IT Solution Architect • ISP System Engineer Networks • Network Solution Architect • Network Administrator • Network Support Engineer Connected devices • PC Client Architect • Client Helpdesk Support • Desktop Support Technician Servers & storage • System Administrator • System Engineer Business career path IT For Business • Entrepreneur • Business Analyst HPATACertification IT Architect
    • 14. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.18 Complete learning solution for each HP ATA certification HP Institute Books „ Bridge curriculum „ Semester courseware HP Remote Labs Practice tests Certification exam • Learning solution includes licenses and vouchers for universities and schools • Not targeted to commercial centers but they are not excluded from the offering • Localizations of materials will be expected and based upon business case
    • 15. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.19 HP Institute Remote Lab Facility
    • 16. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.20 Professional development for academic educators, professors, instructors HP Certified Educator (HPCE) Program Requirements: • No application fee • HP ATA certified for each course they will deliver • Valid teacher’s credential or instructor certification • Complete “Train the Trainer” requirements ‟ Includes content review and virtual lab delivery instruction ‟ Virtual TTTs will be provided by Certiport and HP (live and recorded) ‟ Face-to-face TTTs will be provided by Certiport partners at a cost • Instructional quality ‟ Student pass rates and quality feedback Benefits: • Certification/Certificate • Access to HP Educator Portal • Instructor materials • Forums staffed by HP Institute team and SMEs • Access to optional or extra instructional material for use in their classroom
    • 17. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.21 Who is Certiport? • Worldwide leader in certification program development, sales, and marketing − >225,000 certification exams delivered monthly − >12,000,000 certification exams delivered − 100 new centers each month • World’s largest testing infrastructure† 152 countries and 27 languages • Dominance in the academic market − Ease of set-up − Teachers as proctors 12,000,000 10,000,000 8,000,000 6,000,000 4,000,000 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011* 2,000,000 0
    • 18. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.22 Certiport global distribution model Certiport Distributor Value Added Reseller Academic Institution Student E X A M D E L I V E R Y
    • 19. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.23 ICT-Branded Learning Company Established 1988 HQ in Vancouver,BC. 20 Staff Sell to Academic,Government, WorkforceDevelopment, Aboriginal and Commercial Training Organizations Contact Us: 1-800-668 1669 http://hpata.ccilearning.com clientcare@ccilearning.com Certiport Distributor for Canada • Learning Solutions (Since 2003) • Sell, deploy and manage Certification solutions • Certiport Platinum Solution Provider (Canada & USA) • HP Accredited Technical Associate, Microsoft Office Specialist, Microsoft Technology Associate, Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3), Adobe Certified Associate, QuickBooks Certified User, Autodesk Certified User, QuickBooks Certified User • Content Development (Since 1988) • Developer of Approved Instructor Led Customizable Courseware for Microsoft, Certiport, CompTIA, Intuit • Deployment Services (Since 2003) • Customize and implement complete learning solutions deployment, including training and support, data management, and success recognition
    • 20. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HowcanIleverageHPInstitute atmyinstitution?
    • 21. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.25 Register for the pilot: certiport.com/hp30 Try HP Institute for 30 days free! HP ATA 30/30 preview For schools with students enrolled in similar programs, and for teachers who wish to preview the exams, 30/30 provides: • Bridge curriculum • Certification exams • Practice tests • Free for pilot period • Certiport will provide exam vouchers and assist in setting up testing centers
    • 22. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.26 HP Institute FAQs Q. Is the content specific to HP hardware and softwareor is it skills development focused? A. The program objective is to provide career skills that graduates can leverage regardless of equipment brand. Practical experience and examples are provided via HP solutions so some HP specifics are unavoidable. The content is balanced between HP specific and broad applicability to maximize value to the students. Q. How can I train my faculty to offer HP Institute’s courses A. HP and Certiport will develop a strategy with you using the HPCE program to certify your professors. Q. How much does it cost to establish an HP Institute in my University? A. It depends on region, lab facilities location (on-site or virtual), number of courses offered per semester and other variables. Q. Is there a minimum/maximum number of courses that we have to commit to offer every semester? A. No. Q. How much do I charge for HP Institute courses/certifications? A. The University decides. Q. Will there be other HP Institutes in my country, region? A. This is not an exclusive program. However, HP is looking for lead institutions to partner with and there will be strategic benefits to coming on board first.
    • 23. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Q&A
    • 24. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.28 Contacts Malcolm Knox President CCI Learning Solutions Inc. TEL: 800-668-1669 or 604-424-8204 CELL: 778-847-3389 FAX: 604-455-0079 eMAIL: mknox@ccilearning.com Sharelle Patterson Business Development Manager HP Institute, Americas Hewlett Packard TEL: 916 785 4446 eMAIL: sharelle.patterson@hp.com
    • 25. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Thankyou
    • 26. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. Backup
    • 27. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.31 Discussion topics • HP Institute Program Benefits & Requirements • Details of the HP Institute Learning Solutions • Courseware • Labs • Practice Tests • Certification Exams • Remote Lab Demonstration • HP Institute License Model • How to leverage HP Institute in a Multi-Vendor Education and IT Certification Program
    • 28. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.32 For the academic institutions: Secondary, vocational, higher education HP Institute program Requirements: • Purchase a site license for HP ATA • All educators teaching HP ATA must be HPCE certified • For the first year, all HP instructors must meet certification requirements within 6 months from their initial license date • If not, instructors will be removed from the LPC and instructor content Benefits: • Delivery of HP ATA certification learning solutions according to the terms of their license • Education discounts for HP product used exclusively for the classroom • Free access to selected HP software and solution content for classroom use
    • 29. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.33 Complete learning solution for each HP ATA certification HP Institute Books „ Bridge curriculum „ Semester courseware HP Remote Labs Practice tests Certification exam • Learning solution includes licenses and vouchers for universities and schools • Not targeted to commercial centers but they are not excluded from the offering • Localizations of materials will be expected and based upon business case
    • 30. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.34 Semester Courseware Description HP Institute complete learning solution Estimatedup to 120 hours per semester course • 40-60 hours: In-class lecture • 30-40 hours: Homework and/or out-of-class study assignments • Knowledge-based (multiple choice, fill-in-the-blank, matching, true/false) • Essay questions • Scenario-based research assignments • 15-20 hours: Practical Exercises including Hands-on Lab Activities Actual time depends upon how quickly students can complete essays and research assignments. Due to various learning environments supported, the delivery model is flexible. • In a Secondary School, more time in class • In a Higher Ed institution, more time outside of class Courseware providedin eBook or physical format Books Labs Practice tests Cert exam
    • 31. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.35 HP Practical Labs HP Institute complete learning solution Two models: 1. HP Remote Lab • Access to the latest hardware and software with no capital investment • Hands on with actual equipment (not simulated) • Eight 1-hour sessions for each semester course (except Connected Devices) • 16 students per lab session • Professor facilitated • Minimal bandwidth required • Pay per course • Networks available now • Servers & Storage and Cloud available in 2013 Books Labs Practice tests Cert exam Most institutions should start with remote labs to gain confidence in their expertise and projected student volumes. 2. Onsite Lab • Academic pricing on HP equipment for use in classroom available in 2013 • Cost varies based on courses supported and student capacity needed • HP will supply configuration guide • Requires some experience with HP converged infrastructure technology • HP cannot provide free consulting or implementation service
    • 32. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.36 HP Institute Remote Lab Facility
    • 33. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.37 HP Remote Labs HP Institute complete learning solution Practical experience is the key to employable skills • Access to the latest hardware and software with no capital investment • Hands on with actual equipment (not simulated) • Eight 1-hour sessions for each semester course (except Connected Devices) • 16 students per lab session • Professor facilitated • Minimal bandwidth required • Pay per course • Networks available now • Servers & Storage and Cloud available in 2013 Books Labs Practice tests Cert exam
    • 34. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.38 MeasureUP! Practice Tests HP Institute complete learning solution Helps students by giving them insight into the types of questions asked. • Exam-like questions • Complete coverage of all exam objectives • Answers with detailed explanations & full references • Personal study mode, score report and certification mode†with bookmarking • Intuitive score reports to track progress and pinpoint areas needing work • Leverages Certiport exam engine • License purchase includes unlimited use Books Labs Practice tests Cert exam
    • 35. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.39 HP Remote Labs HP Institute complete learning solution Certification exams provide assessment of both the academic and practical content • Linear exam, psychometric-based • 50-minute / 50 items • Drag and drop questions, Exhibit diagrams • Delivered on Certiport test engine • Educator or Institutional Proctor can deliver exam in the classroom • Certification is life long Books Labs Practice tests Cert exam
    • 36. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.40 HP Institute: part of the HP ExpertOne program Career certification level Master ASE Master Accredited Solutions Expert HP ExpertOne ASE Accredited Solutions Expert HP ExpertOne ATP Accredited Technical Professional HP ExpertOne ATA Accredited Technical Associate HP ExpertOne Professional Expert Master Associate Professional program Associate program
    • 37. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. HPInstituteLicenseModel
    • 38. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.42 Customizable program to meet academic objectives HP Institute for Higher Education Pricing may vary by region and solution configuration. US Higher Ed pricing shown. Program Option 1 Option 2 Instructional content A la Carte • Individual exam vouchers: SRP $89 USD (Academic Price: $69.50 ) • Courseware eBooks: $40 USD • Practice tests: $39.95 USD Site license • Annual site license: $7,000 USD (Higher Ed) • Access to all HP ATA exams • Bridge and official curriculum eBooks • Practice exams and self assessments Hands on experience Onsite lab • Equipment configurations provided • Cost varies per lab, classroom use discount • Requires faculty with technical expertise HP Remote lab • $1,500 USD per course • Designed for 16 students, 8 1-hour lab sessions per semester/quarter Optional additional elements • eBook: $40 USD • Textbooks: $60 USD • Additional Remote lab time: $TBD USD Per hour
    • 39. © Copyright 2012 Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. The information contained herein is subject to change without notice.43 Customizable program to meet academic objectives HP Institute for Secondary Education Pricing may vary by region and solution configuration. US Higher Ed pricing shown. Program Option 1 Option 2 Instructional content A la Carte • Individual exam vouchers: SRP $89 USD (Academic Price: $69.50 ) • Courseware eBooks: $40 USD • Practice tests: $39.95 USD Site license • Annual site license: $5,000 USD (Secondary Ed) • Access to all HP ATA exams • Bridge and official curriculum eBooks • Practice exams and self assessments Hands on experience Onsite lab • Equipment configurations provided • Cost varies per lab, classroom use discount • Requires faculty with technical expertise HP Remote lab • $1,500 USD per course • Designed for 16 students, 8 1-hour lab sessions per semester/quarter Optional additional elements • eBook: $40 USD • Textbooks: $60 USD • Additional Remote lab time: $TBD USD Per hour
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