|Bid||13.93 x 21500|
|Ask||14.59 x 3200|
|Day's range||14.11 - 14.43|
|52-week range||12.09 - 17.59|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||1.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||70.79|
|Earnings date||26 Aug 2019 - 30 Aug 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.45 (2.85%)|
|1y target est||17.32|
At HPE Global Partner Summit 2019 today, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) announced further investment in the channel, and a new strategic milestone as the company expands and evolves collaboration opportunities for their partners. With a uniquely partner-driven and holistic approach, HPE is introducing the ‘Pro’ series to deliver channel partners the solutions, skills and programs to further develop their teams, transform customer experiences and drive business growth together. The new HPE Sales Pro Community and the enhanced and extended HPE Tech Pro Community and HPE Marketing Pro Academy offer uniform partner tools, training, resources and support mechanisms – as well as the opportunity to access the same learning and collaboration opportunities as HPE employees, and work as one team.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise will conduct a live video webcast of its Investor Relations Summit at Discover 2019 Las Vegas.
The next five years will mark a dramatic enterprise shift toward the edge of networks, where emerging technologies can be harnessed to radically improve user experiences, transform business models, and generate vast revenue opportunities. Opportunity at the Edge: Change, Challenge, and Transformation on the Path to 2025, developed by Fast Future in collaboration with Aruba, reports that edge technologies – those which process and analyze user data where people connect to a network – will revolutionize customer and employee experiences, create more dynamic, responsive, and personalized business models, and even catalyze the growth of entirely new industries. Morten Illum, VP EMEA at Aruba, comments: “The findings in this book highlight the vast commercial potential for enterprises utilizing edge technologies, if companies are willing and able to enact the considerable organizational changes needed.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) unveils Aruba Instant On wireless solutions to meet the growing needs of small businesses, backed by digital transformation.
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Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (HPE), today announced Aruba Instant On, a new family of powerful and secure wireless solutions designed to address the current and future needs of small businesses with capacity for growth. The Instant On family will initially include indoor/outdoor Wi-Fi access points (APs) designed to deliver secure, high-speed wireless connectivity with hassle-free set-up and management, all with the quality, performance and exceptional support that customers expect from Aruba. The proliferation of mobile devices, the increasing use of cloud-based applications, and the need to deliver a seamless Wi-Fi experience comparable to that of large corporations, has forced small businesses to rethink their networking requirements to remain competitive.
Scenes from the turbulent past of Silicon Valley’s oldest tech company have been playing out in London this past week, alongside ones representing its more stable, less headline-grabbing present. HPE versus Autonomy founder Mike Lynch has been taking place just a mile from its London headquarters, but Mr Neri, in a Financial Times interview there, was keen to point out HPE’s distance in business terms from the company that bought Autonomy.
The former finance director of Hewlett-Packard called Léo Apotheker, HP’s then chief executive, a “dead man walking” shortly before he fired her, as the pair clashed over his backing of HP’s $11bn Autonomy acquisition, the High Court in London heard on Monday.
Meg Whitman, the former chief executive of Hewlett-Packard, did not carry out “proper calculations” over an $8bn writedown on the takeover of software company Autonomy before she publicly “trashed” the reputation of its founder Mike Lynch, the High Court in London heard on Thursday. Ms Whitman was giving evidence in a civil case brought by Hewlett Packard Enterprise against Mr Lynch and his former finance director Sushovan Hussain. HPE alleges the men were behind a fraudulent manipulation of Autonomy’s accounts which led to HP paying an extra $5bn for the software group in 2011.
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