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kq4ym
kq4ym
9/18/2017 9:23:20 AM
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Re: This makes sense..
HPE is certainly going big time in all those acquisitions. Moving the business in the hybrid direction and making available lots of choices seems to be a clever choice as the move away from hardware becomes the trend for the immediate future. Although on the other hand you have Google moving into the hardware end along with Apples various new gadgets.

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Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
9/12/2017 11:59:33 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
I saw neither enterprise nor cloud. Interesting announcement nonetheless. I've got something written up which will hopefully hit the site soon. 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/12/2017 2:04:54 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
Apple skipped right over 7S and 7S+... I wonder if this marks an abandonment of the tick-tock release for iPhones? 

I'm still waiting to see an announcement of an Apple-y enterprise solution (or partnership).. :)

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/12/2017 1:52:37 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
Watching the event now... looks very consumer-y so far.. Apple Watch series 3.. Apple TV 4K... Building up to the iPhone X, I presume.... 

 

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Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
9/11/2017 2:55:14 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
Any enterprise focus at all is not very Appley, and yet they've been doing more with the enteprise for the last year or two. This time tomorrow we'll know! 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/11/2017 1:01:12 AM
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Re: This makes sense..
I am skeptical that Apple will announce anything beyond consumer products on Tuesday. It'll be all iPhone and Apple Watch. Maybe Apple TV. I doubt Apple will mix business projects with consumer goods. That's just not very Apple-y.

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Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
9/10/2017 11:49:18 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
Apple is getting more serious about the enterprise. It'll be something to watch for at Tuesday's Apple event. 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/8/2017 3:48:11 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
And even Apple has partnered with IBM to get a piece of the consulting business -- because if there are people to support Apple hardware in the enterprise sector, there are more opportunities to sell Apple products to enterprises.....

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Mitch Wagner
Mitch Wagner
9/7/2017 8:17:17 PM
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Re: This makes sense..
Worked for IBM for something like 20 years. 

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mhhfive
mhhfive
9/7/2017 12:49:13 PM
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This makes sense..
Every hardware manufacturer seems to be diversifying into consulting services (if it can't acquire more and more hardware competitors). I'm wondering if big consulting firms are going to start trying to acquire hardware companies....

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