HP vs. VCE: The Contrast Is Striking
Last week was HP Discover and the VCE Analyst conference and given both were going on at the same time it was pretty hard to avoid the stark differences. Since Meg Whitman took over HP has fragmented badly and while they can still talk about converged solutions it’s pretty clear they are no longer structured to deliver them. Whitman has kind of become the Sarah Palin of CEOs, without the personality, in that she seems to increasingly have a habit of saying things that have folks scratching their heads wondering if the elevator goes to the top floor. VCE on the other hand is known for just getting the job done, in a world of companies who provide parts and limited instructions VCE is really the only firm that delivers turnkey solutions. The irony is that HP is closer to the norm, though on the far side of it, than VCE is.
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NOTE: This column was originally published in the Pund-IT Review.