HP and Google discussed making an enterprise Nexus device

13 August, 2014 | Comments (13) | Post your comment

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According to report in The Information, HP and Google discussed making an enterprise-centric Nexus device. The two tech giants also talked over the past year about utilizing Google Now as a corporate tool.

Google and HP primarily discussed potentially making Google Now useful in a corporate environment. The search giant's creation would allow employees to easily lookup and access company information such as financial or inventory data.

Regarding the enterprise-centric Nexus device, HP envisioned a product with high-end hardware encryption. Google however, was allegedly not as enthusiastic as the hardware company on the subject.

A potential collaboration between the two companies would rival the recently announced strategic partnership between Apple and IBM. Talks between HP and Google however, have reportedly fallen through.

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HP and Google discussed making an enterprise Nexus device - reader comments

  • DannyC1982

Would love the idea of blackberry + Microsoft but blackberry security is overrated. Probably the most monitored network in the world. Blackberry + Microsoft + Nokia - Elop - ballmer = Mind blowing combination

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  • 2014-08-14 15:19
  • 2SxR
  • Anonymous

Microsoft + Nokia

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  • 2014-08-14 14:02
  • 2@Uh

Let's enterprise war begins! [Google + HP] vs (Apple + IBM) What about Microsoft? Can it be {Microsoft + BlackBerry}??????

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  • 2014-08-14 13:24
  • tZ0k