Posts tagged "HP"
'Autonomy Inside' matters at Hewlett Packard

‘Autonomy Inside’ matters at Hewlett Packard

The Hewlett Packard marketing machine was busy last week, assuring the world that the company’s £7.1bn ($11.7bn) acquisition of Autonomy still made sense despite an eye-watering financial write down and unseemly public squabbling with the Cambridge company’s former management. HP CEO Meg Whitman used her keynote at HP Discover in Frankfurt to assert that the...

Talking with Hewlett Packard in Madrid

I am in Madrid this week, as a guest of Hewlett Packard. The company’s European roadshow, Technology@Work, is in town for two days, showing existing and prospective customers some of the ways in which HP’s Converged Infrastructure can help them meet the growing challenge of continuing to grow IT capacity as data centres fill, power...

Containers, Computers and Catalan sunshine

Image by dannybirchall via Flickr I took a quick trip to the Catalan city of Barcelona earlier this month; surely the first time I’ve been to that city without seeing the sea. I was there as a guest of HP, to hear some of the latest happenings in their storage business. Over two days, we...

Hewlett-Packard’s Russ Daniels discusses his company’s approach to the Cloud

Image via Wikipedia Russ Daniels is VP and CTO for Cloud Services Strategy at IT behemoth, Hewlett-Packard [HPQ]. In a recent conversation, which has just been released as a podcast, we discuss the various ways in which the Cloud impinges upon HP’s current and future business. During our conversation, Russ talks about the obvious impact...