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Poly
HP to acquire Poly for improved hybrid working solutions
HP has announced it is to acquire Poly in an all-cash transaction for $40 per share, estimated to be a total enterprise value of US$3.3 billion.
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Hewlett Packard
HP reveals new line of laptops and monitors for today's workforce
HP has launched new devices and solutions designed to enhance collaboration and creation experiences so people can work and collaborate from anywhere.
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Digital Transformation
Barclays selects HPE GreenLake for global private cloud platform
Hewlett Packard has announced that Barclays has selected HPE GreenLake to deliver its global private cloud platform. 
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Ransomware
High profile attacks, ransomware gangs and weaponisation part of cybersecurity predictions for 2022
The threat landscape is set to evolve at a worrying pace in the year ahead.
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Financial results
Hewlett-Packard NZ posts $4.66m net profit loss
It is  a sharp drop from the $3.57 million net profit the company recorded in 2019.
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Remote Working
HPE announces new virtual desktop solutions in wake of COVID-19
“The response to COVID-19 has pressured our customers to rapidly implement secure and remote work options for their organisations.”
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Profit
HPE NZ posts net profit in FY19 results, improving on prior year's loss
HPE New Zealand has revealed its financial results for the financial year ending 31 October, seeing a net profit when compared to FY18's net loss.
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Customer experience
Global CX company claims stake in A/NZ market with acquisition of local boutique
The company will also set up an office in New Zealand as a part of the expansion.
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Tablets & laptops
AU govt echoes HP's recall of potentially fiery laptop batteries
The ACCC has reiterated HP’s recall with one of its own in an attempt to get Aussie consumers to check and replace their batteries if needed.
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Data
Hewlett Packard unveils ridiculous memory-driven computer
By building around memory rather than the CPU, they can eliminate the relatively clunky and inefficient manner that the computers process data today.
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Cybersecurity
Shape Security looks to Asia after HPE Pathfinder $40M Series D funding
Shape Security has not only secured $40 million in Series D funding through Hewlett Packard Pathfinder, but it’s also focusing on the APAC market.
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Mobility
HP confirms pricing for Elite x3, reveals NZ availability
HP has confirmed the NZ pricing for the HP Elite x3, while at the same timing unveiling when the hotly-anticipated product will be available to Kiwis.
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Cloud
HP declares regular dividend
Board of directors declare regular cash dividend of 13.2 cents per share on the company's common stock.
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Cloud
HP confirms Autonomy layoffs
Memo says new directions are coming for the acquired company, including a boost to research and development spending.
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Cloud
HP hits back over Autonomy accusations
Computer giant responds to Mike Lynch's open letter to the company's board of directors rejecting all "allegations of impropriety."
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Cloud
HP suffers record US$8.9bn loss
Technology giant blames poor acquisitions and stagnate PC sales for the biggest loss in company history.
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Cloud
HP backs down on PC division sale
Personal computers are seen as a low-margin field compared with new devices like smartphones and tablets.
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Cloud
HP boss’ golden handshake
Leo Apotheker will receive a golden handshake worth over US$10 million in severance pay, bonuses and shares.
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Cloud
HP FlexFabric trade-in offer
Hewlett Packard New Zealand is offering bundles and trade-in deals on its FlexFabric range.
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Cloud
HP announces early access for next gen EVA
HP has announced a worldwide early access programme for the upcoming HP P6000 Enterprise Virtual Array (EVA) targeted for general availability mid this year.
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Cloud
Beatles catalogue destined for the cloud
Paul McCartney has teamed up with Hewlett Packard to digitise his entire music catalogue to be stored in a private cloud.