• Does HP’s Service Anywhere SaaS offering make sense?

    Alex Barrett3,800 pointsBadges:
  • HP unveils cloud-based IT service management product Service Anywhere

    HP's Service Anywhere joins several other cloud-based ITSM offerings, but questions about total cost of ownership could hamper potential sales.

    Alex Barrett3,800 pointsBadges:
  • HP positions itself as a nimble two-headed monster

    In an unexpectedly bold move HP breaks itself in two hoping the server company can better compete against IBM for a larger slice of the enterprise pie.

    Ed Scannell1,380 pointsBadges:
  • Enhanced IT service broker tools part of new HP

    HP's upgraded IT service management offerings are part of the soon-to-be HP Enterprise's efforts to turn IT departments into service brokers.

    rgates1,035 pointsBadges:
  • What is your enterprise’s No. 1 concern as the HP split approaches?

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  • HP split could mean enterprise contract savings

    HP is scheduled to split into two new companies this fall, opening the door for IT shops to renegotiate contracts.

    rgates1,035 pointsBadges:
  • HP open source UX project unifies user experience

    HP has delivered an open source project that unifies the user experience for disparate applications.

    rgates1,035 pointsBadges:
  • HP jump-starts sleepy software biz with CIO dashboard

    HP’s new IT Executive Scorecard dashboard is targeted at CIOs and their C-level peers in an attempt to revive the company’s IT Performance Management portfolio.

    Alex Barrett3,800 pointsBadges:
  • Using HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM) 5.2 for systems management and monitoring

    Hewlett-Packard (HP) Co.'s Systems Insight Manager (SIM) 5.2 offers systems management and monitoring for HP servers or WMI-, SNMP- or WBEM-enabled systems. SIM works with HP's Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) management modules to detect hardware problems and can monitor system information such as...

    ITKE407,295 pointsBadges:
  • HP updates UCMDB for tighter integration

    HP has announced updates to its Universal Configuration Management Database and greater integration with additional HP offerings. UCMDB is designed to provide a 360-degree view of IT operations and track data center change.

    Bridget Botelho3,630 pointsBadges:

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