With 317,500 employees in over 170 countries, Hewlett-Packard is always seeking best-fit candidates for its job openings. The company is …
Corporate security is shockingly bad because an ever-more-complex ‘attack surface’ makes it difficult to keep up with threats.
HP is pushing Windows 7 laptops and desktops as “back by popular demand.” If that doesn’t irritate Microsoft, nothing will.
Hewlett-Packard sees Android as its best chance for getting back into the mobile-device market after its webOS debacle.
Hewlett-Packard cuts more jobs as economy, tablet sales continue to hurt global market for PCs and other hardware.
HP is reportedly working on Android smartphones for 2014. Its previous mobile-device effort, centered on webOS, ended in disaster.
Hewlett-Packard revealed in its annual report Monday it plans to cut an additional 5,000 workers as part of its restructuring …
It was just six months ago that HP was handing out pink slips to 500 workers in Conway, Ark. But …
Despite its somewhat-tortured relationship with data analytics, HP can’t afford to let its rivals get ahead.
Hewlett-Packard still thinks Autonomy software can help it maintain a presence in the data-analytics market.