Venerable Silicon Valley company HP is splitting into two separate firms—one for printers and computers and one for enterprise solutions
[caption id="attachment_68930" align="alignleft" width="150"] By splitting into two companies, HP hopes it will be more nimble to compete and innovate. (Ken Wolter / Shutterstock.com)[/caption]
Innovations in mobile computing, 3D printing, and cloud services are what HP hopes to deliver to colleges, universities, and other customers as a result of its decision this week to split into two separate companies.
HP spokesman Jim Christensen said the move ultimately should benefit HP’s higher-ed customers.
“Our customers are at...