Why You Should Consider HP
Everyone has heard of the Hewlett-Packard brand, but many have not done any background research on the company. In this article, we won’t just point out the technical specifications of HP, but also the philanthropic initiatives of the company as well. Maybe next time you’re buying a new laptop, you will consider HP.
HP has released a new line of devices called HP Z Workstations. With this new line of devices come new features you won’t find in older models of computers. Z Workstations are Virtual Reality Compatible with a 90 FPS (Frames Per Second) rating. HP has also met ISV (Independent Software Vendor) Certification requirements. So you can rely that HP won’t just work with default software, but additional software you might want to add yourself. Perhaps a GNU/Linux Operating System.
Outside of Virtual Reality, HP has also released new remote graphics software (RGS) that is compatible for Windows, GNU/Linux and Mac workstations. It also works for tablets. With remote graphics software you can collaborate remotely in real time with your business partners or employees. HP has added advanced video compression, and a transfer rate of 40 fps. HP’s new RGS sends pixels, not application specific data. This prevents the users from being limited or restricted to using only certain applications. Plus, the new RGS has 2-factor authentication, but this is only available with Microsoft Windows.
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Outside of improving their products, HP has been focused on People, the Environment, and Communities.
HP has been working harder at developing Hardware, Software and Services that reduce the carbon footprint of the environment. The new Z line of devices are living proof of this. For example, the new BIOS uses less power consumption.
HP has used over half a million pounds of ocean bound plastic to make ink cartridges. HP has teamed up with Homeboy Electronics Recycling. Homeboy Electronics makes 1 new job for every 75,000 pounds of electronics they collect. Not only do you help the environment, you’re helping to employ people.
The HP LIFE (Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs) is a free global e-learning program led by the HP Foundation. It offers 30 interactive learning modules in seven languages focused on helping entrepreneurs, students and small business owners build core business and IT skills. More than 744,000 new users worldwide have enrolled in HP LIFE since 2012.
HP also has a contact form where people can submit their feedback to HP on philanthropic initiatives. You can find it at http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/socialinnovation/us/contactus.html.
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