How did the hack last seven months, how was the breach detected and would 'chip and PIN' cards have made a difference?
Hewlett-Packard publishes its particulars of claim against Autonomy's former CEO and CFO
HP deal with online retailer Ebuyer to sell low-cost laptops running Ubuntu Linux
Leeds Building Society pioneers a shift to HP's Helion cloud as regulatory demands intensify and customers expect more flexibility
Siemens AG picked Teradata over HP Vertica, IBM and Oracle because it was 'the first to understand the need for an ecosystem'
HP previously used a disparate combination of Excel, Access and analytics tools before adopting Anaplan's HyperBlock technology
HP sues Lynch and Hussain for $5.1bn in London, claiming they 'engaged in fraudulent activities'
Standardising on Microsoft and running a private cloud on Nutanix has increased flexibility and reduced costs
'You're going to be susceptible to your weakest link, which is your people,' Dan Lamorena, senior director in HP Enterprise Security group tells Computing
HP looks to expand its enterprise networking portfolio with purchase of Wi-Fi equipment specialist Aruba
Reports indicate ongoing talks between the two companies - with deal as early as next week
Question marks over cloud for HP as double-dip drop in services sales leads revenue fall at systems giant
Cyber Risk Report 2015 suggests known cyber vulnerabilities are being left open, leaving organisations at risk of attack
DWP says it had to extend HP's contract because of 'technical reasons'
Education secretary has eye on IT not just as a skill, but as a way to revolutionise teaching through big data and IoT
SFO says that there is 'insufficient evidence' to continue fraud investigation
'The more information we have, the better the quality of care and treatment we can offer,' says medical director Dr David Throssell
Contract will help Post Office be 'more responsive and customer-focused', says CIO Lesley Sewell
Dustan Steer, Taker Baker IT director, tells Computing why the fashion retailer selected HP to help improve its ERP systems
IBM reportedly fought off competition from HP and Atos for seven-year deal
Airline giant to split-up and privatise IT arm in a deal that will cost €240m upfront, but save €70m annually in IT operating costs
Move comes after similar announcement by HP and follows difficult few years for the security vendor
HP confirms plan to spin off PCs and printers from enterprise products to form two separate companies
HP resurrects rejected Léo Apotheker plan from 2011 to split company in two
HP's profitable printers and unprofitable PCs could be floated off as the company focuses on business