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Practicing Resilience at HPE As We Navigate Uncertainty and Prepare for Better Times

Antonio Neri, President & CEO
Summary: 
  • HPE continues to assess COVID-19 developments, address ways our teams and technology can help, and adapt for the future as the world recovers and rebuilds
  • HPE activated crisis management teams in every country in which we operate
  • HPE continues to ask all team members to work from home; a small number of team members performing mission-critical roles may remain on site with customers, including those helping set up pop-up hospitals and healthcare facilities, but it’s entirely voluntary
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  • HPE continues to assess COVID-19 developments, address ways our teams and technology can help, and adapt for the future as the world recovers and rebuilds
  • HPE activated crisis management teams in every country in which we operate
  • HPE continues to ask all team members to work from home; a small number of team members performing mission-critical roles may remain on site with customers, including those helping set up pop-up hospitals and healthcare facilities, but it’s entirely voluntary

From the Call Center to the C-Suite: HPE's Neri Talks Diversity, Latino Leadership

By Jennifer Elias
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Antonio Neri, the only Latino to lead a Fortune 500 company in Silicon Valley, speaks about his personal "responsibility" to hire the right Latinos in tech and his ambitions for a people-focused legacy.

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HPE CEO Antonio Neri Addresses Sustainability in Living Progress Report

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In his first sustainability report as CEO, Antonio Neri shares HPE's approach to corporate citizenship in this age of digital disruption.

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In his first sustainability report as CEO, Antonio Neri shares HPE's approach to corporate citizenship in this age of digital disruption.

For Efficiency’s Sake: It’s About More Than Speed, It’s About Sustainability

Antonio Neri, President & CEO, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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If the Internet were a country, it would be the 5th largest energy consuming “country” in the world – right behind China, the US, Russia and India.

That startling fact got me thinking recently about that famous line from legendary singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell’s 1970 hit, “Big Yellow Taxi”: “You don’t know what you’ve got…‘til it’s gone.”

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