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Cloud Covered: HP Labs G-Cloud Demo
HP Labs developed a demonstrator for G-Cloud technology at its Bristol, England, facility, the home of the HP Security Lab. G-Cloud combined the advantages of cloud computing with the exacting securit ...
Comsys: You’ve Got Electronic Mail
In 1974, Hewlett-Packard launched Comsys, a predecessor to the modern intranet and email. After years in development, Comsys created a network in which computers at Hewlett-Packard facilities all over ...
Continuing the HP Way
Hewlett-Packard’s leadership continued to embrace a hands-on, interpersonal approach even as it grew to be a large global company and after Bill and Dave retired from day-to-day management. Here, John ...
Crafted by Hand
Hewlett-Packard first entered the computer market before the invention of the microprocessor, making computer construction and operation all the more challenging. These CPU registers for Hewlett-Packa ...
Creating China Hewlett-Packard
During a visit to China by then-Hewlett-Packard CEO John Young in 1984, Hewlett-Packard’s history of good relations with the country culminated in an agreement to establish China Hewlett-Packard, a jo ...
Doing Business in Hong Kong: HP Office
Hewlett-Packard’s Hong Kong subsidiary opened on May 1, 1979, following years of the company doing business in the area through local distributors. By the time this picture was taken in 1981, the Hong ...
Fit for a King: Swedish King Visits HP
Swedish King Carl XVI visited Hewlett-Packard’s facilities at Stanford Research Park on March 13, 1984.
Fit for a Queen: Queen Elizabeth II Tours HP
Hewlett-Packard’s reputation for cutting-edge technology and a unique company culture made it a subject of international fascination. Many foreign dignitaries opted to visit Hewlett-Packard facilities ...
Greeting Employees: A Dialogue with Dave
Bill and Dave were big proponents of personally meeting with employees of all levels. By the 1960s, the founders greeted even more women during their rounds. Female employees continued to hold roles a ...
Hewlett-Packard’s First Commercial Facility
In 1940, Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard moved to their first manufacturing facility outside of the Addison Avenue garage. The new facility was located behind a repair shop owned by John “Tinker” Bell. ...