HP's belief that small businesses are ready to start spending on IT again, albeit slowly, forms the foundation of its latest announcements regarding new storage and networking products designed specifically for SMBs. While the company has always served small business needs, it's courting the lucrative SMB market more aggressively. Areas of expansion include cloud-based computing, unified communications storage and networking. CIOUpdate has the full details.
As the economy begins to ride out and recover from the recession, computer giant Hewlett-Packard sees that small businesses, particularly in the U.S., are ready to cautiously resume spending on IT.
At a media event here, HP (NYSE: HPQ) officials briefly detailed a few new product offerings, but spent the bulk of their time talking about the company's expanded efforts to win more of the multi-billion-dollar small business market.
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