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CRN Exclusive: HPE CEO Meg Whitman On The Spin-Off Software Merger, Dell's Debt Burden And Cisco's Storage Problem

HPE CEO Meg Whitman discusses the company's decision to spin off 'non-core' software assets in an $8.8 billion deal with Micro Focus as well as how HPE is positioned against Dell after its acquisition of EMC.

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What is the opportunity to continue to streamline and be more efficient?

The opportunity to improve is endless. We have got to keep moving. We have got to continue to be easier to do business with, we have to continue the innovation we have had over the last five years.

I don't think we can be any more partner-friendly than we are. We are widely acknowledged now as the most partner-friendly company and that will continue. Partners are absolutely critical to our future. They enable us to serve segments of the market that we would never get to. They know verticals really well. I continue to be impressed with the partners I meet. You meet partners in Minneapolis -- they know everything there is to know about health care. We will never know as much about health care as some of the VARs that service the Mayo [Clinic] and other hospitals. Other VARs know everything about manufacturing. They complement our skills and innovation with deep, deep, deep local knowledge and deep, deep, deep vertical knowledge. We love the partners.

 
 
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