She replaces Dennis Stolkey, who was promoted to general manager of HP Enterprise Services, Americas.
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Departure of executive vice president and general counsel follows ouster of CEO and retirement of CTO
The Navy says it will not release its final NGEN RFP on Dec. 21 but will release a new draft.
Citing a published report, the company said, “No customer has reported unauthorized access” to its printers and concerns they’re a fire hazard “aren’t valid.”
NMCI's incumbent contract-holder, HP, is collaborating with the industry's biggest players, but it's still not a sure thing to win the NGEN contract.
Dennis Stolkey takes on a broader role managing all of HP Enterprise Services business in the Americas.
New estimates for the value of the IT infrastructure contract give it a $10 billion price tag.
Following extensive in-house evaluations, HP under its new CEO decides not to sell off it personal computer business.
GSA's 10-year contract includes both large and small businesses. Who made the final cut?
Hewlett-Packard signs contract extension to manage Arkansas' Medicaid management information system.
When Meg Whitman replaced Leo Apotheker as HP CEO the previously announced spinoff idea was put on hold and HP's U.S. and global market share increased.