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Myth-busting the open-source cloud
Open-source cloud is ready for prime time – and the enterprise, says Hewlett Packard Enterprise's Aman Neil Dokania. He explains why.
blueApache sees record business growth on back of Helion cloud
Implementing a cloud platform based on HP Helion technology has helped IT service provider blueApache to record business revenue growth.
HP calls it quits in public cloud battle
HP is shutting down its Helion public cloud platform, bowing out of the market which had seen it going head to head with AWS, Microsoft and Google.
HP creates experience store for partners and resellers
HP has created a Melbourne experience store for its channel and retail partners, allowing partners - and their customers - to get hands-on with HP.
Hands-on review: HP Officejet Pro X576dw
At $1,149 RRP this is a damn good printer that will do everything a SME could want, and a bit more on top of this.
Transforming legacy banking systems in NZ with HP
"We worked closely with Hewlett-Packard, who delivered against our business objectives and above expectations,” says Mike Bullock, ANZ New Zealand COO
Converged infrastructure set to dominate in Q4
Converged infrastructure is the server infrastructure of choice for many in Q4, with VCE Vblock leading in adoption and Cisco prevalent.
Hands-on review: HP OfficeJet 8620 Printer
The HP 8620 is a reasonably standard modern-day printer. It uses standard ink tanks/cartridges and has a touchscreen and power button.
HP: Dell's proposed EMC acquisition will cause chaos
HP's Meg Whitman has taken aim at Dell's US$67 billion purchase of EMC, saying it will 'cause chaos in the channel' and leave Dell saddled with debt.
Double glory for Dicker Data - with more to come?
Dicker Data has scooped up two top distie awards from key vendors, while boss David Dicker is a double finalist in the Executive of the Year awards.
All go for HP split as board gives final approval
HP's board of directors have given final approval for the company to split into two separate entities.
Intralinks and HP bring new data centre to Australian customers
Intralinks has teamed up with HP to offer its solutions at a new data centre in Australia, with the hopes of addressing data sovereignty concerns.
Who made the cut in Gartner's LAN/WLAN Magic Quadrant?
Fourteen vendors have been listed in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for wired and wireless LAN access infrastructure - so who made the cut?
HP and Ericsson team up for mobile networking
HP and Ericsson are joining forces globally to drive innovation in mobile networking with joint Wi-Fi and LTE solutions and a bilateral reseller deal.
Be in to win: HP NZ calls for final partner award nominations
HP New Zealand has put the call out for final nominations for the inaugural HP Partner Awards, which will see the vendor honouring its Kiwi partners.
HP Rural Schools Competition winners revealed
As the winner of the national technology competition, the Northland school will receive $10,000 worth of HP technology.
HP overtakes Cisco in cloud infrastructure battle - finally
After nipping at Cisco’s heels for two years, HP has finally overtaken arch rival Cisco in the cloud infrastructure equipment battle.
HP NZ managing director Keith Watson departs… sort of
Rumours of HP New Zealand managing director Keith Watson’s departure from the company are meet with laughter by the man himself.
Get your tickets now for NZ's 21st Century Learning Design workshop
Find out how you can achieve improved learning outcomes for students at New Zealand's very own 21st Century Learning Design (21CLD) workshop.
Cisco and HP locked in lawsuit following failed VoIP contract
The lawsuit regards a dispute about the calculation of a monetary credit on the loan balance owed by HP under a financing agreement between the pair.
Cyber security - the threat no business can ignore
While large scale cyber security attacks create headlines, cyber security is an everyday threat that no business, large or small, can afford to ignore
NZ PC market stabilises following competition from Lenovo
“Increased competition particularly after Lenovo’s entry in the consumer space combined with strong spending in the education and government segments.
'Cool' vendor named HP AllianceOne Partner Program member
"This powerful combination of DxEnterprise software together with HP platforms and technology will expand the market opportunities for both companies"
WLAN market takes a hit ahead of wave two of 802.11ac
The WLAN market contracted in Q2, as anticipation of wave two of 802.11ac and economic uncertainty took hold, while HP WLAN uncertainty saw HP drop.