Matthew Norwood of In Search Of Tech writes:
After several months and many conversations with HP, Aruba, and my peers, I have a different take. I am not 100% ready to back off from my concerns though. The acquisition has closed. The deal is done. However, it is too early in the process to be certain of much of anything regarding the future state of Aruba, its products, and its ability to execute as they have in the past. Let’s just say I am about 75% headed in the opposite direction of my initial concerns.
There were a lot of initial concerns about the Aruba/HP deal. It seems that most folks are starting to come around to the positive side. Read on to find out what Matthew thinks about it today.
Read more: Let’s Revisit The Aruba Networks Acquisition
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