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HP Gets Collaboration with new HP EliteBook 800 and ZBook Releases

HP Gets Collaboration with new HP EliteBook 800 and ZBook Releases HP announced a series of new devices, docks and displays today designed for the modern office environment. The integration of collaboration features in keyboards and microphones offers a leap that Microsoft has not made, despite their ownership of platforms like Skype for Business, which.

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How Innovation Is More Poetry Than Science now up at Fast Company

In a recent conversation with Phil McKinney, former HP Chief Innovation Officer and author of Beyond the Obvious: Killer Questions That Spark Game-Changing Innovation, we discussed innovation and theory. McKinney said that much of the literature about innovation comes from theorists, not practitioners. I responded that some of us assert practical innovation insights informed by.

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What HP Needs To Get Right About Strategy Execution

This post originally appeared at Fast Company 09-23-2011 HP is rapidly devolving from a leading PC manufacturer into a can’t-look-away soap opera. Getting back on track requires innovation in its development and execution of corporate strategy as much as development of new products. I’m not going to bother rehashing the sad executive-leadership saga that has.

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The HP TouchPad, an Epitaph

I was supposed to write a review of the HP TouchPad for Tablet PC, but like so many others, I am not writing a review, but an epitaph. HP’s decision on August 18, 2011 to cease production of the TouchPad as well as other WebOS devices leaves WebOS in limbo, though HP may try to.

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Strategic Questions Related to Google buying Motorola Mobility

The number one question that has to be asked is this: does Google take a version of Android and go of its own reservation, essentially abandoning the Android market in favor of its own hardware and software combination? This question is the right competitive question to ask for Apple, who already operates in that mode..

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HP Breaking the Redmond Dependency–A Tale of Two Strategies, Two Futures

Nokia’s Stephen Elop is getting some grief for his choice of Windows to fuel his company’s new SmartPhones. (see Grief and disbelief greet Elop’s Nokia revolution)  Over at HP, CEO Apotheker is dumping Microsoft in favor of its own OS (Global CIO: HP Mobile Dump Of Microsoft Is Brilliant). These are two strategic visions heading.

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