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Revenue decline for HP as PC, printing and enterprise services slump
HP has reported an 8% drop in revenue for Q3 as its legacy PC and printing businesses sagged and commercial business tightened.
HP, Dell and Lenovo lead 'disappointing' workstations market
Certified mobile workstations continue to show strong growth, while the desktop workstations market continues to decline, according to IDC.
HP and ShoreTel snap up Salvation Army UC rollout
HP will deploy more than 1700 ShoreTel IP telephony handsets across more than 60 Salvation Army sites in Australia.
100% of smartwatches have security flaws, says HP
A new report from HP says smartwatches represent a new and open frontier for cyberattack.
Hands-on review: HP Laserjet Pro MFP M277dw
With HP’s new laser printer technology JetIntelligence making an appearance, what is it and does the M277dw make sense?
HP addresses the challenges of big data
“Information management and governance are converging due to some fundamental challenges presented by big data."
HP split well underway
HP has made a significant step in its plan to separate into two independent public companies and is on track to complete the separation in November o
Gartner: Jetting technology and 3D printing
“By 2016, two of the major 2D printer manufacturers will be selling 3D printers under their own brand name.”
Hands on review: HP Elite X2 1011 G1 Hybrid Tablet Laptop
I can recommend the X2 for those who want that ability to go from desktop to laptop to tablet without using a multitude of devices.
Equipping the educator sector for success: Cyclone goes Platinum with HP's Enterprise Group
The ways in which we are learning is evolving. The new digital environment is empowering learners and teachers as never before.
Changing the way you teach: technology in schools
The proliferation of technology has changed the way educators teach, how students learn, and how teachers, administrators and students communicate.
Managed security services - who's top dog?
IDC has assessed how each MSSP vendor measures up against the others to determine who was leading the pack in the market.
HP revenue down across the board
HP has announced its 2015 second quarter financial results, revealing revenue was down in all segments of the business.
Exeed taking analytics to the cloud with HP software
Exeed is ramping up its cloud offering, with analytics joining the line-up. Meanwhile boss Justin Tye hits back at David Dicker's HP push.
Dell-Aerohive deal to counteract HP-Aruba acquisition?
Dell will resell Aerohive wireless products, boosting its portfolio in the wake of HP's acquisition of Aruba.
Trio to take on SMB comms market
ShoreTel, Ingram Micro and HP have teamed up to bring unified communications offerings to small to medium businesses (SMBs).
HP joins Shoretel's Innovation Network
"As a member of the ShoreTel Innovation Network, HP is building upon a long-standing global alliance with ShoreTel."
HP launches competition for rural Kiwi schools
HP has partnered with Rural Women New Zealand to officially launch its second annual Rural Schools Competition for small Kiwi schools.
No free lunches for Kiwi channel as HP changes marketing rules
For HP partners, it will be the best pitch which wins the vendor's marketing funding under a new MDF programme.
Internet security market to reach $43m by 2020
The internet security market will be worth $42.8 billion by 2020, with a CAGR of 8.1% during 2014-2020, according to Big Market Research.
Protecting brand New Zealand
Counterfeiting is one of the fastest growing economic crimes of modern times. Innovative and cost-effective tech solutions are now able to tackle this
Going down: NZ PC shipments slump in Q1
PC shipments in New Zealand slumped in Q1, with exchange rates one of the key factors – and the months ahead aren’t looking much better.
Integrated infrastructure market surges into billion dollar territory
The integrated infrastructure and platform market ‘surged’ past the US$1 billion mark in 2014 and continues to rapidly expand.
PC leaders enjoy growth despite decline in PC monitor market
Despite an overall decline in the worldwide PC monitor market for 4Q14, PC giants Dell, Samsung and Lenovo enjoyed some positive growth.