Woe is HP. The company recently made headlines with news that its Autonomy division, which sells a number of products for enterprise content management (ECM), search and discovery, customer experience management, and more, misrepresented its financial situation to get itself acquired by HP. Indeed, HP says its pain from this misreprentation comes to about $5 billion (USD).
In a press
some blame, don't necessarily remove all blame from HP itself, and then abruptly states that it . . . remains 100 percent committed to Autonomy . . . Even with some good tech developed by (or acquired by) Autonomy, does that little sentence assure anyone about the current or former stewardship of the Autonomy product line?