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Information Management Strikes Back


Last week, HP, a $115 billion enterprise at the top of its chosen food chain said, 'you know, this personal computer hardware stuff is just not where it's at anymore, we're out.' It was like throwing out the baby and the bathwater except, according to HP, there was no longer a baby to be concerned about.

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Comments (5)
Doh! 2004

IBM announces sale of PC division to Lenovo

The information management train left the station a decade ago. Today's wake up call for the industry:

When algorithms control the world (BBC)

Posted by Richard O | Wednesday, August 24 2011 at 10:29AM ET
Just because HP has something of value in its hands does not necessarily mean that they will manage it successfully. What happened with Neoview?

HP will continue to find it difficult to be a product and consulting company. Product companies have customers that buy things. Consultants have clients who make recommendations in the client's best interest. These two are not always compatible.

Posted by Paul W | Wednesday, August 24 2011 at 10:48AM ET
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