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SlideshowHPE: Can the New Boss Bring Back the Magic?

kq4ym 12/8/2017 | 9:11:39 AM
Re: Cloud It will be interesting to HPE go from it's employee shedding phase to the so-called innovative phase under Neri. Whether the downsized staffing and new innovation in thinking and services will make a profitability advantage remains to be seen.
Phil_Britt 11/29/2017 | 7:20:41 PM
Re: Cloud The timing of the announcement still seems a little "off" to me, HPE doing OK, nothing has emerged about boardroom issues....Maybe Whitman needs to separate herself for a certain length of time before going to a competitor.
mhhfive 11/29/2017 | 3:12:21 PM
Re: Cloud I assume there may be a more telling book in the future about this transition. Maybe not as popular as the Steve Jobs biography, but I think someday, many people will wonder what really happened. But perhsps the true story is just too boring? (eg. HPE simply didn't perform as well as it was expected to, and innovation didn't happen fast enough...)
Mitch Wagner 11/28/2017 | 2:06:12 PM
Re: Cloud IBM seems to do pretty well selling cloud to existing IBM shops. Whether they can expand significantly to a new base remains to be seen. 
danielcawrey 11/27/2017 | 11:34:08 AM
Cloud It would seem the cloud was totally missed by this company. I feel like HPE and IBM are in similar spots where they are still trying to figure cloud out. Amazon, Microsoft and Google are clearly ahead in this space.
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