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Originally Posted By Steven Burke on October 5, 2014 on CRN.com
Hewlett Packard is set to split into two companies: a $56 billion PC and Printing business and a $56 billion enterprise computing, software and services business, according to a Wall Street Journal report.
The split would be accounted for as a tax-free distribution of shares with HP CEO Meg Whitman having a hand in both companies: remaining as chairman of the PC and printer business with Printing and Personal Systems Executive Vice President Dion Weisler taking the CEO post,
Sam Haffar, the CEO of Houston-based Computex Technology Solutions, one of the top national solution providers at No. 123 on the 2014 CRN SP500, said he also sees a split providing a new competitive spark to both businesses.
“This shakes things up and unlocks value,” said Haffar. “I think it could give those businesses more focus allowing them to perform better. They are different businesses. They should operate independently. The Enterprise Group and PPS (Printing Personal Systems Business) operate independently anyway.
Following news that HP will divide itself into two businesses, HP channel partners and competitors Lenovo and Dell look ahead to the impact of the move on the markets that HP operates in.
Less than four months ago, Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Project Smart Choice went live. Project Smart Choice was HP’s way of putting itself in front of IBM customers and partners as Lenovo and IBM waited for the sale of IBM’s x86 server business to Lenovo to
A Hewlett-Packard acquisition in the range of $6 to $10 billion is “imminent,” according to a Re/code report based off a research note from Sanford Bernstein Analyst Toni Sacconaghi.
The Re/code report and analyst note followed HP CEO Meg Whitman’s meeting Wednesday with analysts in New York on the company’s planned split into two publicly-traded, Fortune 50 companies, each with $56 billion in sales. The companies would be named HP Inc., which would including printers and PCs, and Hewlett-Packard
Next week, in a rare meeting of rival CEOs, Meg Whitman and Michael Dell are set to face-off and make their cases to several hundred channel partners on why their vision to transform the IT industry trumps the others amid massive industry upheaval.
Dell is set to speak Monday, while Whitman is expected to take the stage Wednesday at the Best of Breed (BoB) Conference in Orlando, Fla., presented by CRN parent The Channel Company. It will be Whitman’s
Michael Goldstein, president and CEO of LAN Infotech, a Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Dell partner, said he also has a level of trust with his Dell reps that is driving a 25 percent increase in his Dell business this year. “The trust is there,” he said. “We have become the trusted advisor for customers working with Dell reps. We don’t have to worry the client is going to go direct to Dell and get a better price. They are getting the
Microsoft began offering free, unlimited cloud storage for Office 365 customers Monday, shaking up the market in a move that will reshape the cloud storage landscape, said channel partners.
“Today, storage limits just became a thing of the past with Office 365. Moving forward, all Office 365 customers will get unlimited OneDrive storage at no additional cost,” said Chris Jones, corporate vice president, Windows Services, in a post unveiling the offer on Microsoft’s OneDrive blog Monday. Pricing for Office 365 starts
David Roberts, a highly respected 14-year channel veteran with stints at McAfee, Microsoft and CA, has taken a vice president job within Hewlett-Packard’s Enterprise Group.
Roberts, who has been hailed by partners for driving channel sales growth in a number of high-level indirect sales assignments, joins an HP unit that reported a 4 percent drop in sales for the most recent quarter ended Oct. 31.
One source close to HP said Roberts, who most recently was helping vendors overhaul sales
Majdi “Mike” Daher, CEO of Denali Advanced Integration, Redmond, Wash., No. 91 on CRN’s SP500 list, said he is looking forward to Dunsire bringing the same no-holds-barred channel commitment that he brought to the PPS business to the enterprise group.
“If you look at the success he enjoyed at PPS, I know he will bring that same energy and dedication to the channel to EG,” said Daher. “Scott Dunsire has always done an amazing job building bridges of friendship with the channel. He
IBM called reports that layoffs were imminent for 26 percent of its workforce “ridiculous” and “baseless.”
IBM was responding to articles published late last week that claimed Big Blue was expected to cut 110,000 jobs in what would be the company’s biggest wave of layoffs ever.
IBM, which recently reported its eleventh consecutive quarterly decline in revenues, rebuffed the reports, telling CRN it did expect job cuts but they would number in the “several thousand” with no specific
HOLBROOK, N.Y., Jan. 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — CEO / Founder of Future Tech Enterprise, Inc., and Bayport Alumni, Mr. Bob Venero announced today that Future Tech will be committing to support the next generation classroom and S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) initiatives at the Bayport-Blue Point School District in Long Island, NY.
This contribution, valued at $250,000, over the course of the next five years, will provide technology consulting, design/implementation support and services. Additionally, Future Tech will play an integral
Solution providers Thursday predicted that a new line of Hewlett Packard branded open source white label network switches for the data center will put the financial squeeze on networking market leader Cisco.
This finally gives the channel a serious competitor to Cisco in the core of the network beyond just edge and campus switching,” said an executive for one of the top solution providers in the country, who has tight partnerships with both Cisco and HP. “This gives the