Has HP redefined AAA? I thought the 3rd A was "Accounting". This of course makes the statement following it mean that they've re-invented the wheel...again...
HP is building a wide range of public cloud services, including Amazon-like "infrastructure clouds" offering instant access to readily scalable processing power, storage, and networking resources as well as a "development cloud" for building, hosting, and scaling applications based on Java, Ruby, and other open source languages …
Wonder if they were getting some pressure to tell their cloud plans and some guy, playing "dumb" abused linkedin to tell them in a low profile.
I can't believe such high level guys in enterprise companies who fills up 50 NDA agreements daily would be that dumb? I always see such dumb leaks in a different way, like some kind of bait to see market/consumer reaction. Apple/MS/RIM, all does it, why wouldn't HP?
The story reminds me of one of the best episodes of the Dilbert Comic series ever:
PHB: "Let me introduce you to Andy, our new Director of Green!"
Dilbert: "Director of Green? How do you get a position like that?"
Andy: "You start with being the director of something else and screwing it up.."
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