Hewlett-Packard says its new mobile workstations and professional displays will help creative professionals improve performance and better visualize designs. HP also announced its Z Turbo Drive G2 for large data sets.
Hewlett-Packard has revealed software offerings aimed at helping mobile-application developers. The tools offer Big Data analytics, IT operations management, security and application-life-cycle management.
Hewlett-Packard wants to help its customers rejuvenate applications and improve user experience by enhancing its services and software as well as consulting expertise. A recent HP survey showed that 8 in 10 chief marketing officers are discouraged with enterprise applications because they are not customer-friendly. The HP User Experience Design Services was created to help businesses build friendlier applications. and HP has added a new API to HP Anywhere, v. 10.01.
Hewlett-Packard is looking to take a monumental step toward being a leader in the software-development arena with the debut of its latest software offering, Application Lifecycle Management 11. The unveiling also represents a strategy initiated with the acquisition four years ago of Mercury Software, Darryl K. Taft writes.
Hewlett-Packard is starting to make inroads in the software and services market with the help of a series of acquisitions, Forbes' Rebecca Buckman writes. While the company has a long way to go before it rivals IBM and Oracle, it has progressed is some niche markets, such as software testing tools, she writes.