08 Oct Why Hewlett-Packard must articulate its enterprise strategy
Hewlett-Packard is the world’s largest IT company and on paper has it all: software, services, networks, printing, servers, PCs, netbooks, a mountain of cash, great partners, a sterling global brand, and strong leaders.
With all that going for it, HP should be a hog on ice: once that hog starts moving, good luck to anybody unfortunate enough to get in its way. But does HP have that status—has it earned it? HP’s revenue is about 20% higher than IBM’s—but is it regarded in the same class as IBM, let alone above it?
Read Bob Evans full column at Information Week>>