Gigaom Founder Om Malik discusses the problems with Dell and HP’s strategies.


Bloomberg, Aug. 22 2012

Category: Technology, Video

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One Response to “Dell, HP Missing Out on Mobile Computing Shift”

  1. ConscienceofaConservative says:

    I own an HP 1000 printer. It sits unable to be used because Hewlet Packward refuses to release drivers that support windows 7. I can’t get excited about a company that won’t support its customers. On another front, their moves on PC’s and I.T. outsourcing appear confusing. They seem to want to emulate IBM yet lack the infrastructure IBM has that make it so competitive in this arena, and on PC’s they can’t seem to decide if they are in or out. This is a losing stock.