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Killexams : Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market is expected to grow from USD 15.6 billion in 2021 to USD 15.94 billion by 2029 : GreyViews

Pune India, Dec. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The market has been studied for the below mentioned-segmentation and regional analysis for North America, Europe, Asia, South America, and Middle East and Africa. These are the key regions where the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market is operating currently and is predicted to expand in the near future. The manufacturers and suppliers involved in the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market is present across various countries in the above-mentioned regions.

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The report provides detailed understanding of the market segments which have been formed by combining different prospects such as type, offering, deployment, application, and others. Apart from this, the key driving factors, restraints, potential growth opportunities and market challenges are also discussed in the below paragraphs.

The significant players operating in the global Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market are Neverfail, Inc., Parallels International GmbH, RedHat, Inc., Amazon Web Services, Inc., Citrix Systems, Inc., HP Enterprise Co., Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Cisco Systems, Inc., IBM Corporation, IGEL Technology, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, NComputing Co., Nutanix, Inc., Ericom Software, Inc., Evolve IP, LLC., NVIDIA Corporation, Vagrant (HashiCorp, Inc.), and VMware, Inc., among others. To achieve a substantial market share in the worldwide Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market and strengthen their position, manufacturers are pursuing expansion methods such as current developments, mergers and acquisitions, product innovations, collaborations, and partnerships, joint ventures.

According to the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Association (RPA), "Virtual Desktop Infrastructure" is any type of packaging that may be used again, including reusable pallets, racks, bulk containers, hand-held containers, and dunnage. Manufacturers, processors, suppliers, and customers generally employ reusable packaging in a well-managed supply chain with relatively small shipping loops. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is built to survive the severe treatment of a convenient transportation system using strong materials like metal, plastic, or wood. A "returnable pack," or a vehicle that will travel to the destination and return, marks the start of the procedure. A semi-truck on the highway, for instance, is a returnable pack. Everything, even the Space Shuttle, is returnable. The containers inside a returnable pack and the dunnage inside the container containing a part are the two smaller parts that make up Virtual Desktop Infrastructure. Reusable packaging is made of strong materials and is intended for numerous uses over an extended period of time. Reusable packaging or containers are made to be used repeatedly without losing their protective properties. The terms "returnable" and "returnable" are commonly used synonymously, however t,he term can also refer to returning items for purposes other than resale, such as recycling, disposal, incineration, etc.

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Scope of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Report

Report Metric Information
Study Period 2021-2029
Base Year             2021
Forecast Period 2022-2029
Market Share Unit USD Billion
Segments Covered By Type, By Deployment, By Offering, By Application, region
Regions Covered North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, South America and Middle-East and Africa
Major Players Neverfail, Inc., Parallels International GmbH, RedHat, Inc., Amazon Web Services, Inc., Citrix Systems, Inc., HP Enterprise Co., Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Cisco Systems, Inc., IBM Corporation, IGEL Technology, Intel Corporation, Microsoft Corporation, NComputing Co., Nutanix, Inc., Ericom Software, Inc., Evolve IP, LLC., NVIDIA Corporation, Vagrant (HashiCorp, Inc.), and VMware, Inc., among others

Segmentation Analysis

Cloud segment is expected to be the fastest growing segment in 2021.

The deployment includes on-premise and cloud. Cloud segment is expected to witness the highest growth rate during the forecast period. As VDI is relatively less expensive and has a robust network infrastructure in industrialized nations, the cloud sector drives the majority of demand. In order to completely eliminate the risk of a cyberattack, the cloud-based virtual desktop infrastructure manufacturers are also putting a lot of effort into producing a high-level security patch. This factor is also significantly increasing end-user demand, which is propelling the market for virtual desktop infrastructure.

The solution segment is expected to be the fastest-growing segment in 2021.

The offering includes solution and services. The solution segment is expected to witness the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The market is growing as a result of the use of virtual desktop infrastructure solutions by several enterprises, which fuels demand among SMEs. All economies, especially those that are developing, depend heavily on small enterprises. According to the World Bank, SMEs in emerging economies account for 40% of GDP and 60% of all employment. As a result, the market is growing as virtual desktop infrastructure solutions are increasingly used by SME's.

Regional Analysis                                                         

The regional analysis provides a detailed perception about the key regions and the countries. Some of the key countries analyzed for the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure include US, Canada, Mexico, Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Spain, Russia, China, Japan, India, Brazil, Peru, UAE, South Africa and Saudi Arabia.

  • North America region witnessed a major share. Due to increased security (centralization of IT functions) and businesses concentrating on boosting employee productivity, the market in the region is growing, which suggests future expansion of the virtual desktop infrastructure market in the area. VDI technology are helping American businesses to certain the safety of their workers while delivering better remote connectivity, accelerating segment advancement.

Country Analysis

Germany's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market size was valued at USD 0.62 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 1.06 billion by 2029, at a CAGR of 7% from 2022 to 2029.
When compared to non-persistent virtual desktops, the region's market is primarily driven by the high level of personalization and desktop customization features. The actual user data is kept on the desktop while the persistent VDI's storage is kept on a separate logical drive, which allows it to be integrated with the underlying virtual machine. Additionally, the market is growing as a result of the rising popularity of BYOD policies across the board in businesses. The majority of VDI providers are broadening their product lines to attract more customers in the area.

China Virtual Desktop Infrastructure's market size was valued at USD 0.81 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 1.56 billion by 2029, at a CAGR of 8.6% from 2022 to 2029. Due to the region's educational institutions moving toward digitization during the pandemic outbreak, the industry is expanding. Virtualized desktops are supporting educational institutions in bridging the gap between students and instructors by providing remote access, thereby elevating the product demand across the education industry since students are facing significant pauses in learning and instruction. Furthermore, the market expansion potential will expand as colleges use Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) to set up new virtual teaching labs.

India's Virtual Desktop Infrastructure market size was valued at USD 0.61 billion in 2021 and is expected to reach USD 1.12 billion by 2029, at a CAGR of 8% from 2022 to 2029. The market expansion in India is increasing rapidly as a result of falling solution prices, particularly those for GPUs, storage, and flash memory. On their VDI platforms, Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) providers can now offer users a near-zero latency experience thanks to fast solid-state drives and powerful GPUs. Virtual desktop solutions are predicted to equal the performance of actual PCs as network performance improves quickly with the advent of Services-defined networking and 5G networks, opening up new growth prospects for the industry in the region.

Covid-19 Impact

Covid-19 had a major impact on almost all industries, such as electronics, chemicals, semiconductors, manufacturing, automobile, etc. However, several companies operating in the electronics sector have seen increased revenue due to significant changes in consumer preferences toward working from home. In addition, the pandemic has led to significant growth in the adoption of working from anywhere.

Furthermore, the growth of this market is mainly driven owing to the rising demand for Virtual Desktop Infrastructures from various end-users.

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Killexams : HP decimates staff


Decimation of company

The maker of expensive printer ink HP has decimated its staff claiming that is justified due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

While HP must have made a killing as businesses rushed to buy hardware so their staff could work from home, during the pandemic, it appears that Covid is now being used as the reason for PC sale's slumping.

The computing giant has revealed its 2022 fiscal year results, showing fourth quarter revenues down 14.8 per cent compared to the same period last year so the answer is getting rid of ten per cent of staff.

The mass layoffs come after HP expanded the workforce by around 10,000 workers compared to this time last year. 

In what it calls its “Fiscal year 2023 Future Ready transformation” and anyone else might call “a slew of cost-cutting measures”, HP claimed it would make savings across around “digital transformation, portfolio optimisation and operational efficiency.”  At some point, history will say that workers killed managers who used this sort of language, particularly when they come to announce job cuts, and humanity generally benefited. 

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Killexams : HP to cut 10% of its staff in wake of PC market slowdown

HP Inc. today announced plans to cut up to 10% of its global workforce as it struggles to deal with a massive slump in demand for personal computers that will likely continue well into the new year.

The cuts came after the company posted disappointing fiscal fourth-quarter earnings results and issued soft guidance for the coming quarter. The company, which is said to have around 61,000 employees globally, is planning to let between 4,000 and 6,000 go over the next few years. It’s part of a transformation plan aimed at realizing up to $1.4 billion in cost savings.

The plan will cost the company about $1 billion in upfront costs, but is necessary because of a “volatile macro environment and softening demand in the second half, with a slowdown on the commercial side,” said HP Chief Executive Enrique Lores (pictured) in a conference call today. “We think that at this point it’s prudent not to assume that the market will turn during 2023,” the CEO added.

According to Lores, roughly half of the $1 billion in restructuring costs will be realized within the next fiscal year. However, “the cuts are taking place over three years, not in the next few months,” he added.

The layoffs were announced in the wake of a fourth-quarter financial report that revealed an 11.2% drop in revenue, to $14.8 billion. HP also reported a slight net loss for the quarter, mainly from costs arising from a legal settlement. HP’s personal systems business, which accounts for sales of PCs and laptops, generated $10.3 billion in revenue, down 13% from a year earlier. Meanwhile, the company’s printer business added $4.5 billion, down 7%.

HP’s stock dropped more than 3% in after-hours trading in the wake of that report, before rallying after news of the layoffs was announced, rising about 1.7%.

Charles King of Pund-IT Inc. told SiliconANGLE that HP’s planned layoffs don’t really come as a surprise given that PCs make up the lion’s share of its business. He said the company deserves credit for stretching the layoffs out over a three-year period. “It means the process should proceed in a more sensible fashion, unlike the slash and burn terminations we’ve seen at Twitter during the past couple of weeks,” he said.

HP isn’t alone in predicting trouble for the PC market. Just yesterday, one of its main rivals, Dell Technologies Inc., said it too is bracing itself for a big drop in PC sales. That came after the company reported a 6% decline in its overall revenue and a 17% drop in its Client Solutions Group, which accounts for PC sales.

Dell said it believes PC sales will decline even more steeply in its fourth quarter and offered soft revenue guidance to reflect that. “We expect ongoing global macroeconomic factors, including slowing economic growth, inflation, rising interest rates and currency pressure to weigh on our customers and as a result, their IT spending intentions even as they continue to digitize their businesses,” Dell Chief Financial Executive Tom Sweet told analysts.

The news hasn’t come as a complete shock. The PC market is slowing down rapidly after it saw accelerating sales during the COVID-19 pandemic, when people were buying new machines to set themselves up for remote work and online learning.

Now that most people have a new computer and the economy is going down the pan, people are avoiding buying such big-ticket items. Three months ago, Dell executives warned they were dialing back their expectations on the PC market after analyst firms such as Gartner Inc. and International Data Corp. predicted that PC sales will likely see their worst decline in at least a decade.

With this in mind, HP executives said the company is looking for fiscal first-quarter earnings of between 70 and 80 cents per share, below the Street’s forecast of 86 cents per share. For fiscal 2023, HP is looking for earnings of between $3.20 and $3.60 per share. The company didn’t provide any revenue forecasts.

Constellation Research Inc. analyst Holger Mueller said that with the pandemic-driven PC market boost now fading in the rear view mirror, vendors such as HP have no choice but to try to trim their cost base, and that usually means layoffs.

“The questions investors will be asking is, are they cutting too many jobs or too few, and is it too early or too late?” Mueller said. “HP’s management seems to think that saving approximately $1.5 billion over the next three years will keep the company in good shape financially, but only the future will tell.”

“Looking at HP’s bigger picture, it’s difficult to view the company’s situation without considering just how deeply wrong-headed former CEO Meg Whitman and her leadership team were to split HP into two companies in 2015,” King said of the company’s prospects. “That was an act that left both organizations considerably less resilient than they had been together. If economic turmoil continues into 2023, I expect that lesson will continue to be clear in the quarters ahead.”

It’s not only PC makers that are suffering from the slump. Intel Corp. has recently announced a cost-cutting push of its own and is said to be considering divestitures. Meanwhile, its rival chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices Inc. this month offered a weak sales forecast based on softening demand.

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Killexams : Monadnock Launches HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post-Consumer Waste Recycled Material

Monadnock Paper Mills, Inc., the oldest continuously operating paper mill in the United States, is pleased to announce its HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio of 100% Post-Consumer Waste (PCW) paper, packaging, and environmental graphics materials. The product portfolio, complete with a comprehensive listing of available weights, sizes, and properties, is now featured in a comprehensive Stock Guide publication.

Either certified or optimized for use on HP Indigo printers, all portfolio offerings are made with Forest Stewardship Council-certified 100% PCW recycled fiber, manufactured carbon neutral and made with 100% Green-e certified wind powered electricity. Additionally, the recycled paper is processed chlorine free, and the entire production process operates under third-party Certified ISO 14001 Environmental and ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems.

“Sustainability has never looked better, especially when brands are looking for printed materials, signage, and packaging that are brought to vivid life with HP Indigo presses,” said Julie Brannen, Director, Sustainability Solutions, Monadnock Paper Mills.

Monadnock’s HP Indigo Solutions Portfolio comprises:

post-consumer wasteAstrolite PC 100 Digital+ Smooth

A premium, smooth, and bright white fine printing paper with superior formation and surface uniformity. Optimized for HP Indigo presses, beautiful full-color photographic reproductions are among the ideal applications when maximum contrast and image impact are required.

Astrolite PC 100 Velvet

The only premium coated 100% recycled text and cover paper line made in the U.S., the universal Velvet coating is optimized for HP Indigo, dry toner, lithographic and Heat-Set Web presses. This material is designed for eco-conscious brand owners, designers, and printers who are searching for high quality graphic reproduction in premium retail and corporate marketing communications.

Envi PC 100 Performance Board

Crafted in smooth and vellum uncoated or coated finishes, it is widely specified by leading cosmetic, nutraceutical, fragrance, entertainment and other consumer packaged goods brands. This elegant material marries performance with sustainability.

Envi PC 100 Velvet Card Stock

A durable and high-performing alternative to plastic and PVC, it is a recycled and curbside recyclable material in wide global use in gift cards and carriers, hospitality, loyalty, promotional, membership and merchandise return cards. Its universal Velvet coating is optimized for HP Indigo, dry toner and offset presses.

Like all Envi Card stocks, it easily accepts magnetic stripes, signature panels, scratch-offs, and barcodes. With its high rigidity and superior graphic flexibility, end-users can expect the same superior performance they get with either virgin fiber or plastic products. This product is HP Indigo optimized.

Envi Wallgraphics

This 100% PCW recycled product is the favored alternative to vinyl for residential and commercial decor, carrying a class “A” fire rating based on the ASTM E-84 standard for smoke generation and flame spread.

Brands and printers can expect beautiful photographic reproduction not only on HP Indigo, but also on latex or UV inkjet presses. Envi Wallgraphics are prepasted for easy installation and it is fully strippable for easy removal. It is washable and scrubbable for easy cleaning and sanitizing. It is REACH, Lacey Act, CPSIA & RohS compliant as well as HP Indigo optimized.

“Monadnock’s team of material and coating certified worked closely with the talented professionals from HP and a host of printers and package printers to test (and test again and again) to ensure that this portfolio met the most stringent performance, converting, and processing demands,” said Brannen. “Now, it’s our pleasure to further meet and exceed the high visual and sustainability demands of creatives and brands.”

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Killexams : New Commercial HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series and Metal Jet S100 Solution Accelerate Production Applications

On display at Formnext: New Metal Jet production parts from John Deere; New Multi Jet Fusion advancements for polymers production includes white parts, collaboration across materials and post processing ecosystem, and new recycling program

News Highlights: 

  • New Metal Jet-printed parts from global manufacturing leader John Deere
  • New HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution enables innovative white applications
  • New strategic partnership for integrated post processing workflow for Multi Jet Fusion customers
  • Expanded Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN), new materials development and recycling program

PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This week at Formnext, the world's largest additive manufacturing event, HP is showcasing its new commercial Jet Fusion and Metal Jet 3D printing solutions, new post processing capabilities, expanded Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN), new materials and recycling program, and a variety of industrial production applications. The show marks the first time HP is publicly exhibiting its new HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution including white applications, and the full modular HP Metal Jet S100 Solution including a new John Deere production application.

"Additive manufacturing delivers on today's most urgent market demands including sustainable innovation, hyper-personalization, and business resiliency," said Didier Deltort, President of Personalization & 3D Printing, HP Inc. "Together, with our global network of partners and customers, we are scaling additive manufacturing to meet these needs."

New Metal Jet S100 Production Application

Launched in September, HP's Metal Jet S100 Solution is enabling industrial customers such as Domin Digital Motion, Lumenium, and Schneider Electric, to achieve better productivity, low part cost, and outstanding quality. John Deere, the global manufacturing leader of agricultural and construction equipment, is using Metal Jet technology for the production of a valve in the tractor fuel system.

Together with GKN, John Deere is now manufacturing Metal Jet-printed valves in its agricultural machinery. In addition to significant productivity gains and environmental benefits, the high-quality part is functional in extreme weather conditions. John Deere is also leveraging HP's Multi Jet Fusion technology to optimize its production process, using 3D printed prototypes to test and fine tune components and parts such as windshield holders, reducing pre-assembly from 30 days to ten, delivery times by up to ten weeks, and overall production costs by between 20 to 25 percent.

"Our focus on innovation and sustainability is at the core of everything we do for our customers," said Dr. Jochen Müller, Manager Global Digital Engineering at John Deere. "We are proud to be among the first in the agricultural industry to leverage the benefits 3D printing for both prototyping and final parts production. Leveraging industrial 3D printing platforms for polymers and metals, we are discovering opportunities to deliver more efficient, reliable, and sustainable equipment."

HP Unveils New Jet Fusion 5400 Series

To enable entirely new production applications, HP is adding the new HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series to its existing Jet Fusion portfolio, and unveiled the first product in the series, the HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. The new solution enables consistent, high-quality production of white parts, and provides the benefits of HP's robust, manufacturing-ready Multi Jet Fusion platform, including industrial-grade reliability, low cost per part, and enhanced manufacturing predictability. Ideal for the automotive, consumer goods, healthcare, and industrial markets, early customers using the new solution to produce innovative white applications include DI Labs, Prototal Industries, and Weerg.

"HP continues to provide us with the advancements we need to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing and produce the final parts our customers need," said Jan Löfving, CEO, Prototal Industries. "Beyond the industrial grade production HP delivers, we are seeing immediate interest in the new white applications made possible by the latest addition to HP's Multi Jet Fusion family. As a proud Digital Manufacturing Partner in HP's DMN, we are equipped to take on bold, innovative projects and help companies get the most value out of AM production."

HP's commitment to providing customers with new innovation, technological advancements, professional services, and flexible business models is yielding significant growth of parts production. Since announcing its cumulative 100 million Multi Jet Fusion parts milestone at Formnext last year, more than 70 million additional parts have been printed in the past twelve months.

In addition to the new white applications, HP is showcasing a variety of production parts across industries, including award-winning applications from General Motors and Smith:

  • Using their HP Jet Fusion fleet, GKN Forecast 3D produced 60,000 spoiler closeout seals with BASF ULTRASINT® TPU01 (thermoplastic polyurethane) for General Motors. Innovative vapor polishing and drying processes enabled by AMT cleared a bottleneck, halved production time, and were used to finish parts, eliminating the need for post-print dyeing. The seals close out gaps on the left and right sides of the rear spoiler, improving finish and fuel efficiency, and the spoiler closeout seal recently earned top prize in the additive manufacturing category at the 51st annual SPE Automotive Innovation Awards.
  • Demonstrating the power of hyper-personalization, Smith I/O MAG Imprint 3D Goggles are produced with Multi Jet Fusion technology and offer a truly custom fit based on the individualized features of a person's face. Named one of Time Magazine's Best Inventions of 2022, these first-of-their-kind goggles eliminate light leaks, air gaps, and hot spots for world class performance on the slopes.

Ecosystem Collaboration – Materials and Post Processing

HP continues to work closely on materials development with partners including Arkema, BASF, Evonik, and Lubrizol. This includes Lubrizol's announcement of the new ESTANE 3D M88A TPU, a flexible and highly durable material which enables complex geometries and lattice structures.

To advance post processing, HP and AMT announced a new strategic alliance to provide customers with seamless, fully automated post processing support through the entire 3D printing production workflow. Together, the companies are helping customers more efficiently and cost effectively integrate and apply post processing capabilities such as unpacking, cleaning, surface finishing, coloring, sporting and quality control, for applications produced with HP's industrial Jet Fusion 3D printing portfolio including HP's new Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. Oechsler, a leading industrial technology company and a new Digital Manufacturing Partner in HP's DMN, is the first to take advantage of the joint post processing support to develop a range of applications.

"At Oechsler, we choose to work with companies who have a shared vision of working together to deliver optimal outcomes.  HP and AMT building a comprehensive approach from printing to an integrated post processing solution is a critical step in the adoption of additive manufacturing at scale," said Matthias Weisskopf, General Manager, OECHSLER Motion. 

In addition to its partnership with AMT, HP is collaborating across the post processing ecosystem to ensure customers have access to a broad range of alternatives from providers including AM Flow, DyeMansion, and Rösler Group AM Solutions. DyeMansion is offering advanced post processing options for Multi Jet Fusion customers including surface finishing and coloring for white parts produced with the new Jet Fusion 5420W Solution.

HP 3D Printing Commitment to Sustainability

3D printing is increasingly being recognized as a conduit for more sustainable manufacturing. The recent AM Power 'Sustainability of Metal Additive Manufacturing' report confirmed that metal binder jetting is one of the most sustainable production methods compared to traditional manufacturing. As an active member of Additive Manufacturing Green Trade Association (AMGTA), HP is committed to accelerating sustainable manufacturing practices internally and across its ecosystem of partners and customers.

Globally, companies of all sizes and across industries, including HP's network of production partners, have signaled the importance of sustainable production practices. In response, HP is offering its customers using polymer-based technologies a new Virtucycle® recycling and buyback program by Arkema. The program enables interested HP customers to sell used PA11 and PA12 powders, and printed parts, as opposed to disposing materials via costly, environmentally harmful practices such as landfilling or burning.

HP Showcasing New Advancements and Applications at Formnext

Learn more on how to propel your business with the new HP Jet Fusion 5420W 3D Printing Solution and Metal Jet S100 Solution. See the new solutions in action along with industrial production applications at the HP booth at Formnext (Hall 12.1; booth D59).

About HP

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Killexams : Companies under siege as cyberattacks increase

Cybersecurity threats have become one of the biggest risks facing companies in 2022 – and this is only set to get worse.

HP research shows that cyberthreats have grown by a staggering 300% year on year (YoY), with close to three-quarters of companies reporting they have suffered a breach of one kind or another.

“Threats are evolving at a rapid rate, with cybercriminals using new methods to try to evade the specific security protections used today,” says Ricardo Duarte: Lead Computing Technical PreSales Consultant, HP Inc. “This poses a significant challenge for traditional legacy security protections not capable of detecting or protecting against the progressive threat evolution.”

An HP study indicates that end user threats are increasingly coming from three directions:

* There has been an increase in firmware attacks – these are typically below the operating system where traditional detection-based anti-virus protection is not able to detect or remove.

* Ransomware attacks are on the rise – these are used to extort payment and/or make the encrypted data unusable by the company or individual.

* Malware is undergoing a massive evolution – these threats are being designed to bypass or evade traditional detection methods, even using technologies like built-in artificial intelligence (AI) to avoid detection.

For many organisations, this evolving threat landscape is exacerbated by the emerging hybrid working trend.

“One of the most common conversations HP is having with customers is about hybrid work strategies,” says Duarte. “Employees are no longer working from the confines of the managed and secure IT office location. IT security teams have the challenging task of protecting users working outside the company environment, and with protecting and securing the organisation’s data and physical assets.”

These challenges are driving the need for better endpoint security, something that is not a new concept at HP.  “HP has a rich 20-year history in endpoint security innovation,” says Duarte. “Today we say that businesses and users need to be aware of all possible threat vectors, which are the measures the attacker takes to conduct an attack on your system. To protect against these vectors, organisations need to be secured inside, above and below the operation system.”

Which is why HP Wolf Security systems provide telemetry to HP on the threat landscapes being experienced today, Duarte explains. “We release a public quarterly report that discusses our most recent findings based on the telemetry we receive from our endpoint security controllers.”

The HP Wolf Security Threat Insights Report reviews notable threats, malware trends and techniques identified by HP Wolf Security’s customer telemetry.

Securing the endpoint

Wolf Security technology offers resiliency directly from the core of the system. “It does this by having a dedicated hardware embedded controller which acts as a cryptographically signed endpoint security controller (ESC). This offers the highest level of detection, protection and automatic remediation of threats that typically go undetected when running below the operating system,” Duarte says.

“We call this underlying ESC protection HP Sure Start, and it is embedded on all our commercial-grade platforms. It lays a strong secure foundation for a resilient system.”

But full resilience is about recognizing the potential that security defenses could be compromised, and having a plan in place to recover, he adds.

A fully resilient PC is able to:

* Protect against attacks – to keep them from happening in the first place.

* Detection of attacks – you cannot resolve a security issue if your system protection never detects the threat in the first place.”

* Recovery from attack – getting back up and running within seconds, with no real end-user interventions required.

HP Sure Click has a big role to play when users inadvertently click, and open or execute malicious attachments. It prevents potential threats by using a containerised method of isolation that doesn’t allow the malware or ransomware to affect the system. Users can simply close the attachment or browser tab and the threat will be eliminated by the container termination.

“It remains important to also mention that under Wolf security we have features that offer real value and peace of mind to customers using our technologies,” says Duarte.

“Some of those feature technologies like HP Tamper Lock, which provides protection from a physical intrusion perspective, including tampering with components of a notebook or desktop PC.

“HP Sure Sense is positioned as a NGAV (Next Generation AntiVirus) that provides protection against seen and also never-before-seen malware called Zero-Day threats. Sure Sense is Powered by mature behavioural analysis and AI/deep learning technology with offers out-of-the-box AV protection.

“HP Sure Admin is an advancement of cryptographically secure BIOS management solution. HP Sure Recover allows individual end users or organisations a secure mechanism to re-install either the HP factory operating system or the organisation’s corporate image from the cloud.

“This is ideal for today’s distributed workforce and stretched IT recourses,” says Duarte.

Full protection

Users are protected right out of the box with HP Sure Start technology, which acts as a solid foundation of hardware-level protection against malicious threats below the operating system.

“Wolf Security also offers HP Sure Click and HP Sure Sense, ready and functional out of the box with an OEM- factory supplied operation system,” says Duarte.

Even if the IT administrator removes the operating system and loads their own approved operating system, users will be protected by simply downloading and installing HP Sure Click and HP Sure Sense from the HP.com website. “Alternatively, the IT or security team can add HP Sure Click and HP Sure Sense into their company operating system build to ensure all users have the required security protections in place,” Duarte explains.

Businesses need to understand their endpoint security posture

HP Professional Services offers a range of security services that provide customers with insights into its endpoint security risk view, processes, and solutions.

“We believe organisations need to have an open security assessment conversation which helps to view customer security posture from an external point of view,” Duarte says. “We recognize that not all customers have resources and expertise in this area, and we are ready to assist them with security services and solutions.”

The HP Security Diagnostic Assessment helps in understanding individual requirements and gaps that the IT security team need to be aware of.

“The detailed report will show areas that need attention within the organisation,” Duarte explains. “The security recommendations report will be validated, then implemented to address the current security concerns and protections that need attention.”

Working with channel partners

HP Inc works with its resellers through the framework of the HP Amplify Partner Program, which empowers partners to sell, train and engage with end users.

“It also provides tiered levels of engagement where, through deeper engagement with HP on our services model, we unlock further rebates and activities,” says Duarte. “Partners can deliver certain services directly with the end customer either through our Service Delivery Program for hardware, or support end users in managing their software through the comprehensive Tech Pulse platform.”

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Killexams : XR in Health Care: How Michigan Medicine Provides a Safe Space to Practice High-Stress Environments

Disclosure: University of Michigan is an HP customer and has received loaned and/or donated equipment from HP.

XR projects can provide cost savings, increased access, and better feedback for users, transforming in-person trainings at medical centers and institutions at large.

Case Study
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Institutional Profile

One of the nation’s top public universities, the University of Michigan (U-M) has been a leader in research, learning, and teaching for more than 200 years. With the highest research volume of all public universities in the United States, U-M is advancing new solutions and knowledge in areas ranging from the COVID-19 pandemic to driverless vehicle technology, social justice, and carbon neutrality. Its main campus in Ann Arbor comprises 19 schools and colleges; there are also regional campuses in Dearborn and Flint and a nationally ranked health system, Michigan Medicine.

The Challenge/Opportunity

When a patient in a medical center experiences cardiac arrest, an interprofessional team of healthcare professionals come together to help, including doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists, and others. This group can sometimes include as many as fifteen people, and these professionals must work together to make quick decisions in a very intense environment with someone’s life on the line. A lot of skills are put to the test, and without training it can be difficult for medical teams to work together effectively to deliver the right treatment at the right time. “The problem isn’t the medicine. These healthcare professionals know the medicine. The problem is on the nontechnical side,” said Michael Cole, associate professor of emergency medicine at the University of Michigan Medical School (Michigan Medicine). The people in these situations are dealing with an incredibly high-stress and high-stakes environment that requires important cognitive and behavioral skills that are not typically emphasized in conventional healthcare curricula, skills such as situational awareness, leadership, and interprofessional communication.

In order to train personnel for the medical and nontechnical skills needed in these situations, medical centers typically send their healthcare professionals to simulation centers or purchase a medical training mannequin, which can cost upwards of $150,000. Cole was looking for options to replace this expensive and resource-intensive process, which requires learners to gather in the same location at the same time and requires a costly mannequin, a simulation center, and technical staff to run the event. After examining the potential outcomes and benefits, Cole believed that a virtual reality (VR) solution might offer a cheaper and more effective approach to training personnel for these high-stress situations. It’s much less expensive to purchase VR equipment and contract with a vendor to develop an application than to purchase the medical equipment and incur other expenses associated with running in-person simulations. Additionally, VR headsets increasingly include capabilities that can deepen the experience and expand the data collected. The Reverb G2 Omnicept Edition headset from HP, for example, provides a data stream on users’ attention, cognitive load, eye tracking, and other sensory information that can help provide more tailored feedback for trainers and trainees.

After conducting a needs assessment, the stated goal for this VR project was to “develop a multi-user, VR-based app that allows healthcare professionals to train in cardiac arrest care in a collaborative manner that provides them feedback on both their clinical decision-making skills as well as the cognitive and behavioral science—based skills necessary to optimally run a high-performance team.”

Process

Cole approached this challenge in a planned and collaborative manner, working internally with colleagues at Michigan Medicine, as well as collaborating with Jeremy Nelson, senior director of XR, Media Design & Production at the University of Michigan, and external vendors. Initially, Cole sought the current resources available at the institution to help identify the initial steps required to bring his VR cardiac arrest training simulation to life. He made efforts to have conversations—not just email threads—with the medical IT group, the main campus IT group, procurement, and the legal department. Those conversations led Cole to begin an official RFP process to help identify the right technology necessary for the training simulation, and during that process, Nelson and other IT professionals evaluated and recommended the most promising headsets. The in-person conversations also helped ensure project stakeholders were on the same page and following the relevant institutional policies. Throughout the process, Nelson was able to help bring essential expertise to the project and act as an advocate between Cole and the various stakeholders across and outside the institution. Cole and Nelson were able to create a multidisciplinary team that brought together essential skills across areas including medicine, analytics, vendor management, procurement, and business operations.

As part of the procurement process, Michigan staff interviewed several potential vendors for the creation of the two necessary aspects of their VR setup: the actual application that users would interact with in VR, and the processing of the attentional/cognitive load data based on the sensory output from the HP Omnicept headsets, which the team had chosen for this project. The sensors provide data on eye gaze and pupillary size, as well as heart rate and heart rate variability, all aspects that are much more difficult or impossible to track in a traditional training setting (see figure 1). The sensory output allows for reporting statistics not just on the cognitive load the headset already measures but also millisecond-by-millisecond statistics on where the users’ attention is during the simulated training experience and their natural responses to that experience. The app and the analytics aspects required Cole and Nelson to work with various IT stakeholders on campus to manage challenges such as data privacy, security, and headset approval. According to Cole, one of the most valuable groups of people he worked with during this project was a subgroup in IT focused on educational research: “These people were willing to understand the innovative nature of these activities and work with us instead of just saying no.” This group provides a network reserved to connect only preliminary devices for between six months and a year before they’ve gained full IT approval, which helps staff and faculty like Cole to both test and showcase their projects, reducing the wait time as they are being developed and approved.

Figure 1. User View inside the VR Application
A screen shot of the VR application showing a member of the medical staff treating a patient, with the staff member’s current heart rate superimposed.

Nelson not only helped Cole select the headsets, but he also helped test the app and the VR systems with users (see figure 2). He ensured they conducted user experience research, including users across various levels of technological literacy, from novices totally new to VR to experienced VR gamers and medical experts. This helped ensure the best end-user experience possible and proper collection and use of sensory data. With the data collected from the live VR project, the team at Michigan Medicine has been able to provide detailed feedback to medical trainees, helping them better understand their experiences and optimal practices during a cardiac arrest. Users receive individualized feedback after completing the training, including feedback on clinical decision-making and a cognitive load score. The team is also using these data to inform the future development of infrastructure for cardiac arrest codes, as well as the creation of new guidelines and policies for these situations.

Figure 2. Third-Person View of the Users in the VR Application
A screen shot of the VR application showing three members of the medical staff treating a patient.

While this VR project took several years to come to fruition and encountered a few barriers and obstacles, the payoff in training for the low-frequency but high-risk event of a cardiac arrest has the potential to save lives and has helped pave the way for other VR projects at U-M and Michigan Medicine.

Outcomes and Lessons Learned

Plan your VR projects to best utilize the specific benefits VR can provide. One of the reasons this project has been successful is that the planners spent time vetting cardiac arrest training as the type of project that would benefit from the specific capabilities that VR technologies provide. The alternative to a virtual training is far more resource-intensive, the purchase of VR headsets instead of a $150,000 mannequin is an easy choice, and the VR training provides more standardized and better feedback to the users. The VR training has the potential to offer better equity and access as well—users can be training together in different countries, but they all experience the same simulation and aren’t depending on the quality of the instructor to assure a beneficial learning experience. Lastly, cardiac arrest training was best for VR because it doesn’t require as many complex, tactile sensations during the training as other procedures. No one has to practice intubating the patient or putting in an IV in these situations.

Find or create an advocate role between IT and XR business cases. Having an advocate or some kind of bridge role to help work with faculty, staff, and other educators or researchers is well worth the investment. “It takes resources to develop and dedicate this type of position,” said Cole, “but those resources will pay you back tenfold if your institution is serious about supporting XR technologies.” There are many reasons this role can be useful because that person can maintain a view of the bigger picture of XR use at the institution. Researchers and faculty are often siloed in the work they do to plan an XR project, following parallel paths of vendor approval and procurement, contract negotiations, data privacy and security issues, and device use and approval. An XR advocate can help alleviate a lot of undue burdens and common challenges that researchers and faculty face in their development process, helping document application pathways, approved devices, and important staff contacts.

Shop around to find the right developer or vendor for your project. The first step to finding the right vendor or internal developer for your VR project is to conduct a needs assessment and list exactly what will be required. This will enable potential vendors to speak specifically about their ability to meet the needs of any applications or analytics necessary for the project. Cole discovered that no single vendor was able to meet both the app development and attention/cognitive-load data needs, so the team worked with two vendors, one for each aspect of the project. In fact, an initial vendor candidate for app development recommended the attention/cognitive data vendor. “If a vendor can’t provide what you need, your last question of the conversation should be, ‘Who else do you recommend I talk to about this project?,’” said Cole. One other important part of the vetting process was looking at vendors’ previous project successes and outputs instead of listening to potential timelines and promises for the current project. “It always takes longer than what they’ll tell you; almost no one can get one of these projects done in less than 90 days,” added Nelson.


Michael Cole is an Associate Professor and the Co-Director of Interdisciplinary Trauma Team Training at Michigan Medicine.

Jeremy Nelson is the Senior Director of XR, Media Design & Production at the University of Michigan.

Sean Burns is Corporate Researcher at EDUCAUSE.

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Killexams : HP Sauce: Internet shocked after learning what HP in popular sauce stands for

The sweet, tad spicy, and undeniably savoury condiment, HP sauce, has had the meaning behind its name announced by one Reddit user.

Originating in the UK and a controversial favourite amongst many Australians, the user robustly showed surprise towards the unexpected sauces’ meaning.

Picturing the House of Westminster on its rectangular bottle, a location where the brown condiment was first served, according to one Reddit user, inspired the HP name.

“Who knew that ‘HP’ from HP sauce stood for Houses of Parliament? I mean it does have it on the front,” said Reddit user Own_Ad_4301.

HP, standing for ‘House of parliament,’ left many Reddit users flabbergasted, whilst also shutting down any Harry Potter-related speculation.

“The more we look, the more we find,” one user said.

“It should therefore read ‘HoP,’” suggested another.

“I thought I knew that everyone knew. Devastated now,” exclaimed user sierra-charlie.

Since its creation in the late 19th century, many HP loyalists, expressed their love for the brown sauce over the neighboring tomato ketchup.

One Reddit user declared the brown sauce is the “most banging sauce ever invented.”

With a tangy history, HP Sauce still holds multiple names around the globe, at one point, the sauce was known as ‘Wilson’s gravy,’ after the wife of two-time UK Prime Minister Harold Wilson said in an interview, “If Harold has a fault, it is that he will drown everything with HP Sauce.”

HP sauce continues to be manufactured in the Netherlands after it was purchased by Heinz in 2005. Over 28 million bottles of HP sauce are consumed every year.

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Killexams : New Commercial HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series and Metal Jet S100 Solution Accelerate Production Applications

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HP Metal Jet S100 3D Printing Solution

HP's new industrial metals AM 3D printing solution is enabling the digitization of traditional metals manufacturing.

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New innovative home decor and lifestyle applications enabled by HP's Jet Fusion 5420W 3D Printing Solution

Breakthrough 3D printed applications

New breakthrough white applications enabled by HP's Jet Fusion 5420W 3D Printing Solution

On display at Formnext: New Metal Jet production parts from John Deere; New Multi Jet Fusion advancements for polymers production includes white parts, collaboration across materials and post processing ecosystem, and new recycling program

News Highlights:

  • New Metal Jet-printed parts from global manufacturing leader John Deere

  • New HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution enables innovative white applications

  • New strategic partnership for integrated post processing workflow for Multi Jet Fusion customers

  • Expanded Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN), new materials development and recycling program

PALO ALTO, Calif., Nov. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- This week at Formnext, the world’s largest additive manufacturing event, HP is showcasing its new commercial Jet Fusion and Metal Jet 3D printing solutions, new post processing capabilities, expanded Digital Manufacturing Network (DMN), new materials and recycling program, and a variety of industrial production applications. The show marks the first time HP is publicly exhibiting its new HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution including white applications, and the full modular HP Metal Jet S100 Solution including a new John Deere production application.

“Additive manufacturing delivers on today’s most urgent market demands including sustainable innovation, hyper-personalization, and business resiliency,” said Didier Deltort, President of Personalization & 3D Printing, HP Inc. “Together, with our global network of partners and customers, we are scaling additive manufacturing to meet these needs.”

New Metal Jet S100 Production Application

Launched in September, HP’s Metal Jet S100 Solution is enabling industrial customers such as Domin Digital Motion, Lumenium, and Schneider Electric, to achieve better productivity, low part cost, and outstanding quality. John Deere, the global manufacturing leader of agricultural and construction equipment, is using Metal Jet technology for the production of a valve in the tractor fuel system.

Together with GKN, John Deere is now manufacturing Metal Jet-printed valves in its agricultural machinery. In addition to significant productivity gains and environmental benefits, the high-quality part is functional in extreme weather conditions. John Deere is also leveraging HP’s Multi Jet Fusion technology to optimize its production process, using 3D printed prototypes to test and fine tune components and parts such as windshield holders, reducing pre-assembly from 30 days to ten, delivery times by up to ten weeks, and overall production costs by between 20 to 25 percent.

“Our focus on innovation and sustainability is at the core of everything we do for our customers,” said Dr. Jochen Müller, Manager Global Digital Engineering at John Deere. “We are proud to be among the first in the agricultural industry to leverage the benefits 3D printing for both prototyping and final parts production. Leveraging industrial 3D printing platforms for polymers and metals, we are discovering opportunities to deliver more efficient, reliable, and sustainable equipment.”

HP Unveils New Jet Fusion 5400 Series

To enable entirely new production applications, HP is adding the new HP Jet Fusion 5400 Series to its existing Jet Fusion portfolio, and unveiled the first product in the series, the HP Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. The new solution enables consistent, high-quality production of white parts, and provides the benefits of HP’s robust, manufacturing-ready Multi Jet Fusion platform, including industrial-grade reliability, low cost per part, and enhanced manufacturing predictability. Ideal for the automotive, consumer goods, healthcare, and industrial markets, early customers using the new solution to produce innovative white applications include DI Labs, Prototal Industries, and Weerg.

“HP continues to provide us with the advancements we need to push the boundaries of additive manufacturing and produce the final parts our customers need,” said Jan Löfving, CEO, Prototal Industries. “Beyond the industrial grade production HP delivers, we are seeing immediate interest in the new white applications made possible by the latest addition to HP’s Multi Jet Fusion family. As a proud Digital Manufacturing Partner in HP’s DMN, we are equipped to take on bold, innovative projects and help companies get the most value out of AM production.”

HP’s commitment to providing customers with new innovation, technological advancements, professional services, and flexible business models is yielding significant growth of parts production. Since announcing its cumulative 100 million Multi Jet Fusion parts milestone at Formnext last year, more than 70 million additional parts have been printed in the past twelve months.

In addition to the new white applications, HP is showcasing a variety of production parts across industries, including award-winning applications from General Motors and Smith:

  • Using their HP Jet Fusion fleet, GKN Forecast 3D produced 60,000 spoiler closeout seals with BASF ULTRASINT® TPU01 (thermoplastic polyurethane) for General Motors. Innovative vapor polishing and drying processes enabled by AMT cleared a bottleneck, halved production time, and were used to finish parts, eliminating the need for post-print dyeing. The seals close out gaps on the left and right sides of the rear spoiler, improving finish and fuel efficiency, and the spoiler closeout seal recently earned top prize in the additive manufacturing category at the 51st annual SPE Automotive Innovation Awards.

  • Demonstrating the power of hyper-personalization, Smith I/O MAG Imprint 3D Goggles are produced with Multi Jet Fusion technology and offer a truly custom fit based on the individualized features of a person’s face. Named one of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2022, these first-of-their-kind goggles eliminate light leaks, air gaps, and hot spots for world class performance on the slopes.

Ecosystem Collaboration – Materials and Post Processing

HP continues to work closely on materials development with partners including Arkema, BASF, Evonik, and Lubrizol. This includes Lubrizol’s announcement of the new ESTANE 3D M88A TPU, a flexible and highly durable material which enables complex geometries and lattice structures.

To advance post processing, HP and AMT announced a new strategic alliance to provide customers with seamless, fully automated post processing support through the entire 3D printing production workflow. Together, the companies are helping customers more efficiently and cost effectively integrate and apply post processing capabilities such as unpacking, cleaning, surface finishing, coloring, sporting and quality control, for applications produced with HP’s industrial Jet Fusion 3D printing portfolio including HP’s new Jet Fusion 5420W Solution. Oechsler, a leading industrial technology company and a new Digital Manufacturing Partner in HP’s DMN, is the first to take advantage of the joint post processing support to develop a range of applications.

“At Oechsler, we choose to work with companies who have a shared vision of working together to deliver optimal outcomes.  HP and AMT building a comprehensive approach from printing to an integrated post processing solution is a critical step in the adoption of additive manufacturing at scale,” said Matthias Weisskopf, General Manager, OECHSLER Motion.

In addition to its partnership with AMT, HP is collaborating across the post processing ecosystem to ensure customers have access to a broad range of alternatives from providers including AM Flow, DyeMansion, and Rösler Group AM Solutions. DyeMansion is offering advanced post processing options for Multi Jet Fusion customers including surface finishing and coloring for white parts produced with the new Jet Fusion 5420W Solution.

HP 3D Printing Commitment to Sustainability

3D printing is increasingly being recognized as a conduit for more sustainable manufacturing. The recent AM Power 'Sustainability of Metal Additive Manufacturing’ report confirmed that metal binder jetting is one of the most sustainable production methods compared to traditional manufacturing. As an active member of Additive Manufacturing Green Trade Association (AMGTA), HP is committed to accelerating sustainable manufacturing practices internally and across its ecosystem of partners and customers.

Globally, companies of all sizes and across industries, including HP’s network of production partners, have signaled the importance of sustainable production practices. In response, HP is offering its customers using polymer-based technologies a new Virtucycle® recycling and buyback program by Arkema. The program enables interested HP customers to sell used PA11 and PA12 powders, and printed parts, as opposed to disposing materials via costly, environmentally harmful practices such as landfilling or burning.

HP Showcasing New Advancements and Applications at Formnext

Learn more on how to propel your business with the new HP Jet Fusion 5420W 3D Printing Solution and Metal Jet S100 Solution. See the new solutions in action along with industrial production applications at the HP booth at Formnext (Hall 12.1; booth D59).

About HP

HP Inc. is a technology company that believes one thoughtful idea has the power to change the world. Its product and service portfolio of personal systems, printers, and 3D printing solutions helps bring these ideas to life. Visit http://www.hp.com.

Contact:

Michele Guthrie
Michele.b.guthrie@hp.com

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