Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE) reported that its Board has announced a regular cash payout of $0.075 a share on the firm’s common stock. This dividend is payable around April 4, 2018, to stockholders as of record date March 14, 2018, and is as per the quarterly dividend amount earlier reported at company’s 2017 Securities Analyst Meeting. The company reported that common stock outstanding stood at around 1.588 billion shares.
Hewlett Packard marks as an industry leading technology firm that enables consumers to go further, faster. With the market’s most comprehensive portfolio, extending the cloud to the data facility to workplace applications, their services and technology help consumers around the world turn IT more efficient, more secure and more productive.
Earlier in November, Hewlett launched HPE OneSphere, the market’s first multi-cloud management offering that provides an integrated experience across public clouds, software-defined infrastructure and on-premises private clouds. Through its SaaS portal, HPE OneSphere offers consumers access to extensive IT resources that extents the public cloud services they enroll to, and their on-premises settings. HPE OneSphere is advanced for IT operations, business executives and developers seeking to build clouds, gain insights faster and deploy applications.
In the present world, enterprises are challenged to fast capitalize on a persistent volume of information from apps to more effectively compete. The latest applications are made differently, virtualized, containerized, established as Microservices and can straddle sites and clouds, creating complexity.
Managing multi-cloud settings today is complicated. Firms may have several points of management, averting an aggregate accounting of costs and resource utilization. Conventional cloud management platforms are tough to set up and run, and don’t span on-premises and public clouds. These factors hinder IT firms’ ability to make better decisions, affecting digital transformation measures and operational agility. Hewlett Packard’s multi-cloud strategy is designed to dramatically streamline operations.