Computers Article Archive:
Uneven results among HP’s business units give the channel pause over HP, which may be steering the right course but is far from fully righting the ship.
Gartner says most large businesses have already upgraded to new operating systems, and Windows XP’s fate will not have a large market effect.
Windows 8.1, the updated version of Microsoft’s maligned touch-based operating system, hit the market today. The new features and corrections are designed to make the platform more palatable to business and consumer users, and comes as PC sales are starting to rise.
HP’s SureStart will be a technology differentiator on its high-end notebooks, but the real channel value may be in additional manageability options.
HP and AMD will duet to offer extended warranties and sales and marketing tools to help resellers shift ProBook laptops.
As the company sees the workstation market coming back, HP introduces its latest offerings, including the first ultrabook mobile workstation.
No, you didn’t read the headline wrong. PC sales – conventional notebooks – have climbed in double-digit growth rates. The catch: The growth is through distribution and the channel. Here’s the back story.
As Apple’s de-emphasizes its professional lineup, even diehard loyalists in creative fields are looking for high-performance alternatives elsewhere.
Microsoft has been criticized for making its developer and IT professional community wait for Windows 8.1 after the vendor handed the update to manufacturers this week.
Bill Veghte’s appointment atop HP Enterprise Group underlines the growing importance of software in the company’s efforts to reinvent its enterprise business.