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May 27, 2016  10:38 AM

The incredible shrinking Hewlett Packard – where does it go next?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
AWS, cloud, Dell, HP, HPE, IaaS, IBM, Mergers & Acquisitions, SaaS, Salesforce.com, Server

In 2011, Hewlett Packard’s annual revenue was $127bn, making it the largest technology company in the world by sales at that time – yet its market worth was a comparatively meagre $42bn. It had just

October 30, 2015  1:21 PM

Goodbye old HP, hello new HPs – but for how long?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Apple, cloud, Dell, EMC, HP, Mobile, PC, printer, Tablet

On Monday 2nd November, HP as we know it ceases to exist. The IT supplier that once was too big to fail, becomes two companies that, if recent history is anything to go by, will be individually much...


October 12, 2015  4:41 AM

DVLA shows the long-overdue maturing of outsourcing in government

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
DVLA, EDS, Government IT, HP, Outsourcing

Former Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude once described DVLA as having the worst outsourcing contract in government - and that's quite an accolade, given the number of terrible deals in the public sector.

So it's not surprising that people in government technology now are quietly...


April 24, 2015  12:32 PM

Amazon Web Services is showing traditional IT players how they need to change

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Amazon, AWS, Cloud Computing, HP, IaaS, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, PaaS, Public Cloud

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is clearly doing something right. The e-commerce giant has split out AWS revenues for the first time in its latest financial results, revealing


November 21, 2014  11:12 AM

Cyber security: Can businesses put a value on trust?

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Cyber security, GCHQ, Government IT, HP, RBS, Security, snooping, trust

Who can you trust in a digital world? The most dispiriting part of the technology revolution is the growing lack of trust felt by individuals and businesses as a result of cyber security threats.

For example, I learned this week that HP is being asked by some large customers to provide...


November 7, 2014  10:45 AM

This is the age of ‘just do it’ for IT leaders

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Agile, digital, Ecommerce, GDS, HP, Internet of Things, Microsoft, Smartwatch

Without wishing to sound like a Nike advert, IT is entering the age of "just do it".

One of the most important aspects of the digital...

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October 16, 2014  1:01 PM

An alternative three-point plan for IT suppliers to government

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
GDS, Government IT, HP, IT suppliers, techUK

TechUK, the IT industry trade body, kindly invited me to chair a panel debate at their launch this week of a "three-point plan" to improve the relationship between IT...

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October 9, 2014  5:14 PM

HP split fails to answer questions over long-term future

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Autonomy, Cloud Computing, EDS, Hewlett-Packard, HP, Leo Apotheker, Palm

Leo Apotheker must be tearing out whatever hair he has left. The former HP chief executive was sacked in 2011 less than a year into his reign for...


July 3, 2014  9:47 AM

Dear HP, Microsoft (and others) – stop bleating, start competing

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Cabinet office, GDS, Government IT, HP, Microsoft, oligopoly

There's an interesting story in The Independent today that highlights the issue


December 12, 2013  7:27 AM

Universal Credit IT: What we know; what we don’t know

Bryan Glick Bryan Glick Profile: Bryan Glick
Accenture, Agile, BT, GDS, HP, IBM, NAO, PAC, Universal Credit

"There is no debacle on Universal Credit" declared Iain Duncan Smith in his opening salvo to MPs on the Work and Pensions Select Committee this week.

The...


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