HP Inc

In Focus

AI's potential in redefining the PC experience

How can integrating AI into our personal devices help improve performance, enhance personalisation and boost creativity?
How to successfully modernise the workplace - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

CXOs

How to successfully modernise the workplace

Organisations should ensure a positive employee experience to attract and retain workers, utilising tech to achieve this goal.

Digital Economy

Supporting a hybrid workforce sustainably while reducing e-waste

HP is helping businesses equip their workforce with the right tools to be productive while minimising their e-waste.

Tech

HP to cut up to 6,000 jobs over three years as PC demand falters

HP, which also makes printers, will look to invest in new lines of business such as subscription services.

News

HP and SIM to help equip Singapore with sustainable manufacturing capabilities

They will jointly train more than 1,500 learners and provide mentorship in 100 proof-of-concept projects.

US stocks

Buffett's Berkshire builds up new US$4.2 billion stake in HP

“Berkshire Hathaway is one of the world’s most respected investors and we welcome them as an investor in HP."
A peek into the factory of the future - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Digital Economy

A peek into the factory of the future

What are some of the 4IR technologies that can help manufacturers like HP Inc address the demands of today and tomorrow?
 PC shipment still growing but tapering off, IDC says - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

News

PC shipment still growing but tapering off, IDC says

"The market faces mixed signals as far as demand is concerned," says IDC.
Worldwide server market grew by 12% y-o-y in 1Q2021 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

News

Worldwide server market grew by 12% y-o-y in 1Q2021

The biggest gains were enjoyed by the so-called “volume” servers market segment
$5,899 PCs sign of pandemic blues - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Disruption and Digitalisation

$5,899 PCs sign of pandemic blues

Last year, smartphones shipment dropped 5.9% over 2019; PC sales rose 12.9% and is seen to grow by another 18.2% this year
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