Hewlett-Packard last week reshuffled the deck of its Internet and security divisions, forming the HP Internet Business Unit from its Internet Software Business Unit. The reorganisation, expected over the coming months, follows HP's plans to spin off its testing and measurement division into a separate company. The new unit will comprise four divisions: the Internet Security Division, with its Praesidium suite and the VirtualVault secure Web server; the E-Services Division, which includes Chai, HP's answer to Sun's Jini platform; VeriFone and its Ecommerce software, which will become an HP division as of 1 May; and E-Solutions, an application integration group that will create Internet banking, management, security and Ecommerce software and services.
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