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HP’s Autonomy Buy: How To Do An IBM

August 19, 2011 No Comments

ANALYSIS HP is planning an exit route from the personal hardware game. Autonomy is no longer completely autonomous.

These were two huge announcements which greeted us on the web last night and in this morning’s papers. The latter move, a $11.7 billion (£7.1 billion) acquisition of the Cambridge-based software firm, marked a massive moment for HP.

In line with its move away from hardware, the Autonomy buy makes the Leo Apotheker-led company a much more formidable software and services proposition.

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