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Is HP Turning to Acquisitions to Speed Growth?

Hewlett-Packard bought open-source software start-up Eucalyptus to bolster its cloud portfolio, marking its first acquisition since the disastrous Autonomy deal. Speculation persists that HP is actually gearing up for a major acquisition swing, including a bid for VMware, to expand its capabilities and open new revenue streams.

Startups Surge in Storage Market as Big Boys Struggle

Global external storage revenues slump 1.4 per cent on last year

Symantec Benefits from PC Boom, Cost Cutting

Symantec is still looking for a new chief and fending off calls to break up the company. Yet, it did manage to post a 50 percent increase in profits in the last quarter, thanks in large part to a new sales strategy, cost cutting and a resurgence in PC sales.

On Point: RackWare Intros Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Solution

This week in On Point we look into new product announcements including those from RackWare, Barracuda Networks, LightCyber and Continuity Software.

Network Hardware Resale Rebrands as Curvature, Takes on Vendor Persona

Now under the moniker Curvature, the former leader in refurbished hardware equipment is launching a line of servers, expanding reselling relationships and delivering more services that will make it a mashup of a reseller and vendor.

On Point: Cloud Takes Center Stage

In this week’s On Point, we let cloud computing take over — with online backup announcements from IDrive, NetFortris and Unitrends.

Microsoft Tries Appliances to Build Clouds

Microsoft is looking to new appliances to expand its footprint in Azure cloud computing and hybrid cloud storage.

On Point: Reducing Corporate Risk Via Device GPS

In this week’s On Point, we look at cloud infrastructure advances, plus new products that maximize security and a new global partner program.