The new HP security intelligence and risk platform (SIRM) helps large organisations secure and manage various cloud based devices and Internet based networks.
HP will make new Windows based tablets for 12012 release. This comes after news that the fate of webOS will be to donate it to the open source community, with rumours that they will make further webOS mobile devices in the future.
When HP bought Palm and acquired WebOS for $1.2 billion in July 2010, the developer community never expected that their tablet and smartphones would flop so badly or that they would end up offering their WebOS operating system out as open source in just over a year.
Standard And Poor Downgrade HP’s Credit Rating as a result of poor management decisions and costly takeovers that have not produced any profits.
With 600 peoples jobs at stake, the future of webOS and HP in general is causing concern, we learn that CEO Meg Whitman is due to provide information relating to the future of HP and web OS in the next two weeks.
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