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HP launches new IT portfolio

09 Sep 2010

HP has launched a new range of products aimed at giving micro and small businesses affordable IT capabilities.

The portfolio includes server, storage, and networking products designed and priced to be affordable to small businesses.

“While small to mid-size businesses (SMBs) remain cautious about the economy, they continue to look for ways to simplify operations and prepare for growth,” said Anil Miglani, Senior VP at AMI Partners, a strategy consulting firm. “HP, with the help of its channel partners, offers an expanded technology portfolio with realistic financing options that enable SMBs to manage data expansion, improve employee productivity and retain, as well as attract, clients.”

HP says the new portfolio offers benefits such as reliability, performance and storage flexibility, monitoring and management of technology infrastructure and improved business continuity.

Channel partners are also said to benefit from the new release. “The Just Right IT portfolio lets channel partners save their micro and small business customers time and money by meeting the full range of technology needs – from printers and PCs to servers and networking – with one trusted partner,” says HP.

More information about the portfolio can be found here.

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