HP's CIOs Purchase More Cloud And Mobile Services And Shows HP Adapting To Changing Demands

Grazed from CrucialCIO. Author: Evangeline Alfeche.

On Sept. 22, Hewlett-Packard has announced its plans to lay off about 30,000 workers in the next three years as it moves on with its restructuring. With HP Enterprise and HP Inc., the CEO plans to focus on the former company that will work more on developing cloud computing and other high-growth technologies.

As of now, CIOs focus more on cloud infrastructure services and mobile devices and less on hardware and data centres. The recent move clearly shows the tech giant's struggle for survival in a changing world of corporate computing. In the end of July this year, HP has announced its agreement with ActiveState to buy Stackato at an undisclosed amount...

Stackato is a Cloud Foundry project and have been widely used by prestigious companies such as Mozilla and Cisco. The Cloud Foundry project is now included in HP's Helion portfolio containing cloud tools. With the split of HP, Stackato is a part of the HP Enterprise...

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