We are in a multi-year journey to turn HP around, and we have put in place a plan to restore HP to growth. We know where we need to go, and we're making progress. We continue to drive product innovation in our core markets, with a focus on cloud, security, and big data.
We see big opportunities ahead, and we are well positioned to take advantage of these opportunities with our remarkable set of assets and strengths. We have the people, the plan, and the foundation in place to help us succeed on the next phase of the journey.”
Meg Whitman, HP President and CEO
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HP CEO Dion Weisler spoke with CRN about the channel shift to Everything as a Service, the A3 printer copier replacement sales charge, the wildly successful Sprocket printer and the possibility of a security acquisition.