The clock is ticking for Hewlett-Packard e3000 server owners. Since HP’s announcement in November 2001, users have had to come to terms with a number of unpleasant alternatives. HP’s decision hits e3000 users with a need to begin planning to deal with the plummeting resale value of their equipment and to renew computing skills based on some other platform.
What Are Users To Do as H-P Walks Away From the e3000
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