Hewlett-Packard Co has shaken things around a bit and reorganized its sales and channel activities at its Computer Organization to reflect its recent ventures into the internet commerce arena and its acquisition of VeriFone Inc. Dick Watts, who ran the computer systems organization, is now head of computer sales and distribution group spanning the sales and channel activities across the range of HP computer products. A new internet group has been established with three sub-divisions. The Internet Technology Group, led by internet technology officer Ira Goldstein, is responsible for the development of HP’s overall internet strategy, focusing on middleware, imaging and printing, security and interoperability. The Extended Enterprise unit, led by Glenn Osaka looks after HP’s e-commerce strategy and its partners, and will be the link between HP and its third internet sub-division, VeriFone, led by Hatim Tyabji, the company’s president and CEO. The other groups include Software and Services, led by Ann Livermore, Enterprise Servers, with Bill Russell at the helm, Personal Systems, LaserJet solutions and Consumer Products.