Hewlett Packard Enterprise Provides New Services to Sabre's Growth, Enables Digital Workspace Across the Travel industry

By CIOReview | Friday, December 4, 2015
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PALO ALTO, CA:  Taking a step forward to expand technology infrastructure, software and services, Sabre, a technology provider to the global travel industry renews their long-term partnership with Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

Under this agreement Sabre can give more focus on four transformational areas including infrastructure services such as hosting and storage solutions. The four transformational areas include:  to transform the enterprise to a hybrid infrastructure, protecting digital enterprise, empower data driven organization and enable workspace productivity.

A hybrid infrastructure aggregates traditional IT, private and public clouds to deliver new apps and services to customers, partners and employees. The agreement provides an end-to-end data security and brings a change in the Cyber threat landscape. This also provides secure digital interactions and safeguards business continuity and regulatory compliance. Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) helps to build a Data driven organization to shape business outcomes and makes data from IoT (Internet of Things) consumable across all data communication media and environments on a global scale. The digital workspace delivers rich, secure and seamless digital experience to customers, regardless of the type of device they use or how often they switch devices. HPE workspace solution provides a seamless collaboration and communication around the customers in the world and also transfers contents through a single interface on any device, anytime and anywhere.

 New services from HPE help Sabre to accelerate their product development, innovations and services in the global travel industry.

“Today’s agreement demonstrates the next step forward for Sabre, who will leverage Hewlett Packard Enterprise technology and services to deliver transformational offerings in cloud, security, analytics and mobility,” says Meg Whitman, president and CEO of Hewlett Packard Enterprise.