A lot of things were said in 2012, but few of them were as funny, interesting, or profound as the quotes from these tech luminaries.
Guest Post I believe that this is the year when the enterprise will find its way to the cloud.
While 2012 didn’t have any single products that were as exciting as when we saw the iPad or iPhone for the first time, I have a feeling we’ll look back at this year as a turning point.
Guest Post Could Eloqua become Oracle’s Autonomy — a failed acquisition that undermines Oracle’s entire foundation?
The Family Giving Tree charity is squatting on the campus in the meantime before Apple builds.
Intel announced today that it is shipping its first low-power Atom microprocessor designed specifically for a new breed of servers dubbed ”microservers.”
Software giant Hewlett-Packard has announced the general availability of its Open Stack-powered public cloud service.
HP’s failed acquisition of Autonomy is arguably even worse than the AOL-Time Warner merger in 2000. What’s more, the company ignored a long list of warning signs about Autonomy ahead of the acquisition.
Editor’s Pick If you’re not using multi-factor authentication as a company or as a consumer, you really need to start. So say the cloud security geniuses at CloudBeat 2012.
Autonomy founder Michael Lynch and HP, which acquired the company last year, are trading public statements over alleged financial improprieties at Autonomy that led HP to write off $8.8 billion recently.
Editor’s Pick Can we all just agree now that HP is toast? Well … almost.
HP’s former CEO cleanly avoids blame over missing Autonomy’s accounting issues.
HP’s Autonomy purchase is the gift that keeps on giving…
HP PC head Todd Badley has some choice words for Microsoft’s Surface tablet.
Once upon a time, you knew who to fire when a hack took down your servers: The “little weenies” running around in the basement of your company, as AlienVault’s Russell Spitler put it. But that’s all changing.
Guest Post France’s second largest carrier, SFR, came to VentureBeat’s CloudBeat last year, and went away with a clear strategy on how to launch an Amazon.com competitor in France. SFR’s Benjamin Revcolevschi explains here how his team arrived back in France, and executed the strategy through an extraordinary change in corporate culture, i.e., by building a “Chocolate Factory” within a $12 billion revenue behemoth….
Windows 8 crashes 55 percent less and is 84 percent less frustrating than Windows 7, according to a new report.
The female executives on the list span a variety of industries from enterprise technology to retail. Given the amount of media attention paid to technology companies of late, it’s no surprise that Silicon Valley-based CEO’s dominate the list.
HP has a lot of products, but not as much splash and media attention as Apple.
According the most recent numbers from Gartner, Lenovo has inched past HP to control the highest stake of the PC market.
HP doesn’t plan on getting back into the smartphone market until 2014, but does the company even have that much time?
HP’s latest stab at business tablets isn’t afraid to accessorize.
HP’s open source webOS project is on schedule, and one team has already brought it to the popular Galaxy Nexus.
These tablets all run full PC applications. That’s because they all have Intel processors and Windows 8.
Here comes HP’s fleet of Windows 8 machines.
At an event in San Francisco next week, Intel will show off the latest crop of Windows 8 devices running on its chips.
HP is working to revamp its PC design, as the company loses ground to Apple, Lenovo, and the post-PC era.
HP may have failed at smartphones once before, but the company knows it can’t be absent from the market for long.
A wave of Windows 8 products are coming. HP is showing off its all-in-one desktops today.
Say what you will about Windows 8, but it sure is getting PC manufacturers to bring out their innovation guns. Take HP, which is today announcing three new Windows 8 Ultrabooks — one of which could be its answer to Microsoft’s Surface tablet.
HP saw an acceleration of departures of employees in its most recent quarter.
HP reported its biggest loss in history today
HP’s loss is expected to be a whopping $9 billion.
Microsoft may have upset some of its partners with the Surface tablet, but HP doesn’t appear to be concerned.
HP has lost $80 billion in value in the last two years. Yahoo has lost $42 billion, and RIM $78 billion. And before a quick rebound to $86 billion in market value, Bank of America shed a staggering $136 billion in the past six years.
RackSpace, HP, Canonical, and other OpenStack members are combining forces to build what they say will be the first-ever ARM processor-based cloud. The goal is to build an extremely efficient, powerful, but inexpensive cloud with low power consumption.
Hewlett-Packard-owned cloud computing business Autonomy has released a new set of cloud-based solutions created to help businesses organize and analyze their data, the company announced today.