Revenue of $6.95B (-8.1% Y/Y) misses by $260M... blaming "microenvironment” issues... Come-on. That might be kind-of accepted for Q2, but for Q1? Our "Leaders" don't have a clue of where this ship is going. I thought our HP, Inc. peers were doomed... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
Weird there's no other news about it here.
Any rumors regarding early retirement offers at HPE? It has been a while.
Where do I get it? I left in June 2019.
It won't be long before HPE gets it's own "Xerocide"... History tells that shareholders' more than welcome this kind of short term gain for them, so it's just a matter of time. Needless to say there will be tons of layoffs sooner than later. HPE... — read more
The Journal found that Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. was so overrun that the cloud company didn't see the hackers re-enter their clients' networks, even as the company gave customers the all-clear. Inside the clouds, the hackers, known as APT10... — read more
Huge surprise, Aruba buys Niara, ends up k–ling clearpass security because Meraki is eating thier lunch. After a few good years looks like Aruba had lost its mojo
A "highly skilled IT professional" has lost his fight to be paid his unused vacation days as well as a non-trivial bonus, after a judge stuck to a law he admitted was outdated. Matthew White joined Hewlett-Packard in 2013 and left in July 2015, just... — read more
Where can i find more info? HPE employees who came from EDS now belong to EntServ UK Limited! @Lv5EFP8
Any EER rumors - With a new financial year around the corner??
Apparently Mark Hurd has passed away https://www.thelayoff.com/t/11AK0x1C#replies
In July, two employees were moved into Smart Array Storage. There were no openings, and no interviews. These employees came in to "help" two overworked employees, according to management. In October the two overworked employees were laid off and... — read more
So, Hotard's flight to Taiwan is taking its toll. All groups in Houston that report to Kuo will be moved to Taiwan within a year. Oct 7, the bloodbath started.
HPQ announced EER and layoffs today - Will HPE follow the lead of its separated Sibling? Time will tell.
HP Inc to cut 15% of the total workforce https://www.thelayoff.com/t/11mlPqNS or @11mlPqNS
I was laid off by HPE a few years back. Am I eligible for rehire by HPE?
We wasted money in acquisitions and useless projects ! ... and here we are ! - even lost the palo alto campus !!
The media tour is done. Now back to reality. How many new big contracts have we gotten since 2017? Manipulating the financial statements through artificial means (acquisitions, spin-offs, CapEx & OpEx reductions, etc.) can't hide the fact that the... — read more
Just heard we have a hiring freeze now ..same like Cisco SJ - who did major layoff this week. Is layoff in line for HPE also ? whats happening suddenly ..all stuff at higher managment changing.
I heard R&D for the entire ProLiant server portfolio is being moved overseas. It's there any truth to this? — read more
The prophecy's last step is finally became a reality at HPE Discover. Once HPE fully transitions to a Service company (goodbye in-house and even subcontracted WW manufacturing and supply chain), its streamlined vertical business model will be very... — read more
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2019/06/12/it_pro_hpe_lawsuit/ A "highly skilled IT professional" has lost his fight to be paid his unused vacation days as well as a non-trivial bonus, after a judge stuck to a law he admitted was outdated. Matthew... — read more
Any layoff impacts
Anyone else has issues with logging into HPE Workday - sometimes it works and sometimes it does not. The support always tells me there are no issues but I suspect that. Anyone else has the same problem?
Aruba wireless has been losing market share for over a year. Its behind on both 802.11ax ("gen 6") and cloud management. Execs provided a lame "sales execution" excuse in post earnings analyst conference. For the first time ever, total networking... — read more
What do hpe leaders really believe in?
What's your prediction for the next quarter?
No news on layoffs at HPE? Not that I'm complaining, mind you...
It is past the half year point in 2019 and this year is supposed to be the last year of the so called "HPE Next" initiative that started about 3 years ago. Are any WFRs or Early retirement offers in the works? Time will tell.
April is totally-freshly arrived, the grass is green, the trees are budding, and the birds are singing! One of the few things that clouds our joyous spring days is, the HPE management would dearly LOVE to preserve our jobs, and not lay us off, and... — read more
Is the turmoil subsiding at all? Is the "can't return after wfr" policy still in place? How's the current management?