Hp News & Analysis
| Wednesday Sep 25, 2013
The Enterprise Content Management (ECM) market is changing again. According to the recently published Forrester Wave for ECM for 2013, vendors are being pushed to provide new functionality that addresses productivity goals in the enterprise, with flexibility and ease-of-use now key requirements. Meanwhile, smaller, functionality specific vendors are starting to eat away at the leadership position of the traditional heavyweights.
| Thursday Sep 19, 2013
In recent months, HP-Autonomy has been pushing hard in the information governance space. The push continues today with the release of an upgrade to their Application Information Optimizer software. We used the occasion to talk to Joe Garber, VP of Information Governance at HP Autonomy (HPA), to find out exactly what is behind recent developments in HP's information governance strategy.
| Tuesday Sep 10, 2013
Just when you think things couldn't get much worse for HP, the Dow Jones Industrial Average said it is giving HP the boot.
| Friday Aug 23, 2013
If yesterday’s poor Q3 figures took the wind out of Meg Whitman and HP’s sails, you wouldn't know it. In fact, according to reports, HP is back in the acquisition market, but won’t touch anything with a price tag over US$ 1.5 billion.
| Thursday Aug 22, 2013
HP is still waiting for a change in its fortunes, according to last night's Q3 figures. They showed weak profits, poor PC sales, its crucial Enterprise Group down 9% and prompted CEO Meg Whitman to admit there will be no turnaround in 2014.
| Monday Aug 19, 2013
HP Autonomy launches LinkSite to addresses the governance and security issues around file sharing and syncing, integrating these functions into the very heart of ECM.
| Thursday Aug 15, 2013
A couple of notable points this week in the document management space, including the outage of Microsoft Outlook.com, will be of concern to many business users. HP-Autonomy is back with an upgrade to LiveVault, while Axceler’s ViewPoint offers Yammer and SharePoint support and Layer2 is helping SharePoint users find information. Lets take a look ...
| Thursday Aug 8, 2013
HP-Autonomy HP RM 8.0 release
Even if it’s the holiday season there have been a number of interesting developments in the document management space, including the announcement by AvePoint that its productivity apps now support SharePoint 2013. There was also news from Laserfiche and DocuSign, a new pricing model for Office 365 and a major release from HP-Autonomy.
| Wednesday Aug 7, 2013
HP RM 8.0 Search View
Today’s release of HP Records Manager 8.0 pulls together three existing technologies in the HP-Autonomy portfolio. But the vision it is offering is much wider than simple technology integration. With HP RM 8.0, HP is offering a new product that makes records management more about information governance than records, and offers enterprises a way to manage entire information lifecycles.
| Tuesday Aug 6, 2013
HP continues to expand the reach of its big data capabilities with the announcement that it has partnered with Logi Analtyics to provide enterprises with the possibility of performing analytics on a massive scale.
| Monday Aug 5, 2013
Gartner didn't add or drop too many names from the 2013 MQ for Web Content Management, especially at the top. Adobe, SDL, Sitecore, Oracle, HP and OpenText all stayed in the Leaders quadrant, with IBM and Microsoft sitting in the Challengers' spot.
| Monday Jul 15, 2013
HP continues re-invent itself with the addition of thee new members to the board, including Ray Ozzie, the former chief software architect at Microsoft who takes up his functions as of Monday.
| Friday Jul 12, 2013
If there was any doubt about the fact that the PC market is in trouble, two different sets of figures released in recent days from IDC and Gartner should clear up any confusion. The PC market is still falling, although for those clutching at straws, the fact that the decline has been less over the last quarter than in recent quarter might provide some relief.
| Wednesday Jun 26, 2013
HP looks like it is making good on its promise to make some money out of the ill-fated Autonomy buy, but not in a way anyone expected. Today, HP-Autonomy announced that it has sold a whole bunch of shares in video search vendor Blinkx netting it close to US$ 85 million.
| Thursday Jun 13, 2013
If Microsoft was feeling the pressure on its Office division before HP Discover, yesterday’s announcement that HP and Google are teaming up to provide SMB IT in a Box will aggravate the problem. The bottom line is that the new partnership offers small businesses ways to avoid buying Office.