Posts Tagged ‘Hewlett-Packard’
Every vendor is scrambling to lessen their dependence on PC sales. For the moment, at least, Lenovo just seems to be doing a better job of navigating the post-PC era with its mobile device initiatives coupled with efforts to branch out into servers and storage.
The three big PC vendors continue to try to reinvent themselves as unit sales of conventional desktops and notebooks continue to fall. While PCs are less and less profitable for vendors and solution providers alike, they remain an irreplaceable commodity.
Despite Q2 results showing hefty declines for both sales and profits, HP’s share price posted a double-digit spike in after-hours trading as Meg Whitman’s turnaround plan begins to bear fruit.
Hewlett-Packard Co. this week is taking aim at the growing storage needs of cash-strapped smaller businesses with a new SMB-focused storage system and an updated channel program to help resellers get the wares into the hands of their clients.
Security firm Triumfant is immersing itself further into a growing advanced threat market with the launch of a new monitored service, a release that will likely give solution providers a few more high-margin service opportunities as advanced threat trends continue to accelerate.
Activist investor Carl Icahn and partners plan to present a competitive slate for the Dell board of directors to take over the company and implement a plan that could include merging with another PC company, like Hewlett-Packard.
The executive rumblings that shook up channel leadership at unified communications stalwart ShoreTel Inc. are apparently reverberating all the way to the corner office as CEO Peter Blackmore announces he’ll retire as soon as a successor can be found.
Acer Inc.’s revenues shriveled by almost a fifth in 2013′s opening quarter but the embattled Taiwanese PC maker did manage to post a small post-tax profit after two years of losses.
BlackBerry CEO Thorsten Heins believes the age of tablets will be short lived. He has a point, but it’s based on faulty reasoning. Here’s why.
Avnet’s evolution from traditional technology distributor to complete IT solutions and services provider continues with today’s unveiling of Avnet Services, a segment withinits rapidly growing Avnet Technology Solutions unit.