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HP: We're still big on OpenView

Company unveils Peregrine products, dismisses report that it's losing foothold in management software.

February 28, 2006


Warning out on HP OpenView flaws

Several security bugs in Hewlett-Packard's system management software may leave corporate computers open to hacker attack.

By October 5, 2005


HP wields branding iron in software stakes

Adios, Mercury and OpenView labels. The HP Software sticker is gaining ground as the company expands its applications efforts.

December 26, 2006


HP calls for 'elite' OpenView partners

Company aims to work more closely with third-party vendors.

By June 14, 2004


HP snaps up Mercury Interactive

Plans to bolster OpenView management software with Mercury's app development products--for $4.5 billion.

By July 25, 2006


HP to buy Mercury Interactive for $4.5 billion

blog The tech giant will pay $52 a share for the management software company, with an OpenView boost in sight.

By July 25, 2006


Start-up hooks into HP's OpenView

Relicore has created links between its configuration management software and Hewlett-Packard's OpenView systems management suite.

By June 9, 2004


HP to acquire identity management firm

Company hopes Trustgenix buy will enhance its OpenView software, bolster its presence in enterprise management.

By November 30, 2005


HP to buy Peregrine for $425 million

Computing giant plans to meld the software maker's product line with its own OpenView suite of business-monitoring tools.

By September 19, 2005


HP helps tidy up for compliance

Expands OpenView product line with programs for Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and more efficient systems management.

By June 6, 2005