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Industry Analyst, Consultant and author, former programmer, systems analyst with 25 years experience. Spent three years in Europe as an industry analyst and as Correspondent for Information Week and other industry publications. Regularly consults with leading public and private enterprise software, database, and infrastructure companies. An award-winning columnist for leading IT and business magazines, Josh is widely quoted in the trade and business press and he blogs at Enterprise Matters.

3 responses to “HP Joins the Enterprise Software Market: Léo Apotheker Becomes CEO”

  1. Enterprise Software is Dead

    […] may be a bit premature, but it is surely in decline.  And, unless you are Oracle, SAP, HP, or similar, you’re not a software company, you’re just a feature awaiting a lingering […]

  2. Léo Apotheker’s Acsension

    […] negative eh?  Josh Greenbaum takes another tack with his post: I’ve seen Léo in action, and he may be just want HP needs: someone from outside […]

  3. HP and the Magnificent Madness of Big Company Shuffles

    […] It isn’t clear that Apotheker sets out to be a well-liked leader.  OTOH, a lot of the folks that like Leo for the job have experience seeing him in action, so maybe his style isn’t such a problem.  I’m from the […]