We’ve gained share in computing and networking, and are set up to perform in storage, says HPE CEO

We've gained share in computing and networking, and are set up to perform in storage, says hpe ceo

CNBC Television published this video item, entitled “We’ve gained share in computing and networking, and are set up to perform in storage, says HPE CEO” – below is their description.

Antonio Neri, Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO, joins ‘TechCheck’ to discuss if the macroeconomy is less of a concern for him right now, how the company will look to position itself going forward and how he’s working around getting stuck with inventory that’s hard to move.

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