HP announced HP Explore 5.0, a major upgrade for its Voice of Customer analytics platform for contact centers. Highlights include an expanded analytics toolkit, improved speech analytics and integration with indirect content such as social media.
HP is expanding its Helion product portfolio again, this time with a new fully-configured OpenStack- and Cloud Foundry-based private cloud. Dubbed HP Helion Rack, the cloud is clearly aimed at the next generation of internal service providers; in other words, dev, test and ops teams.
We can stop speculating now. HP has finally released a new Eucalyptus product--the first of its kind since HP acquired the company back in September. And it looks like Eucalyptus is indeed going to continue supporting Amazon Web Services, the public cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) titan that HP has been trying to take market share from.
If managing two different networking infrastructures--one wired, one wireless--is causing too many headaches, then maybe it's time to do away with the old way of doing things and unify the two.
MobilityLab unveiled this week its WorksPad app, combining enterprise file sharing, document editing, email, calendar and contacts for iOS and Android devices.
After HP announced that it would be acquiring wireless LAN-focused Aruba Networks earlier this week, I showed some skepticism as to how this would affect Aruba's customers and partners. But after speaking with two analysts for some additional insight, it looks like HP might be doing it right this time.
After rumors started circulating last week, HP has made it official. The company is looking to competitor Aruba Networks in a deal valued at about $3 billion.
IBM plans to spend big--$4 billion this year--on cloud, mobile and data analytics, as it works to shift its business away from its traditional hardware and software roots. That kind of investment should be good news for enterprises, which will presumably get better services from IBM.
It's a question that's been asked before, but it seems it's worth asking again. Just what the heck is going on at HP?
It has taken a little longer than it should have, but Google's open source Kubernetes project is finally making its way to OpenStack, courtesy of Google and Mirantis.