Michigan, Hewlett-Packard Reach Deal To Continue Updating SOS ComputersThe state of Michigan and Hewlett-Packard have reached a deal that returns HP employees to a major computer project affecting services offered by the Secretary of State.
Michigan Sues Hewlett-Packard Over Delayed Upgrades; Secretary Of State Offices Using System From 1960sThe deadline for HP to replace the mainframe-based computer system used at 131 offices where cars are registered was 2010.
Presbyterians To Divest As Protest Against Israel The decision by the denomination's top policymaking body is expected to reverberate well beyond the church.
Matt's Favorites: News Glut, LTU Job Session, HP Shareholders Angry, Verizon At A Crossroads, Growing OLEDs And MoreSo what's new and exciting in the wonderful world of high technology? See it all here, culled from a bunch of sources...
Automation Alley, OCC To Train Tech Workers With $5M GrantAutomation Alley Monday disclosed how it will use the $5 million worker training grant it announced in February: To give nearly 1,000 Michiganders highly sought IT skills for jobs now open at Hewlett-Packard, Lakeside Software, and other tech firms.
Now Hiring 200 In Pontiac: HP Opens New Delivery CenterA new HP Enterprise Services applications delivery center opened in Pontiac last week with plans to hire more than 200 tech professionals and additional support personnel over the coming months.
HP Hiring 250 In Pontiac, Joining Metro Detroit's IT Jobs BoomHewlett-Packard Co. is providing further evidence that southeast Michigan is one of the nation's hottest markets for tech jobs, with HP joining the hiring wave by bringing 250 new jobs to Pontiac.
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