The News Review:
- Swanky Storage
- The education of Jonathan Schwartz
- VIASPACE Security Receives Additional Funding for L3 Communications…
Forbes – May 23, 2007
Before one-time charges, the company earned 29 cents per share during the period. On Wednesday, analysts projected the company to make a bit more, expecting earnings of 30 cents per share (before one-time charges) on $799 million of sales. Warmenhoven, who has been NetApp’s chief executive since 1994, recently spoke with Forbes. com about his company and the storage industry. Forbes: What’s driving high-end storage sales?Warmenhoven: We’re really big in the financial services area. What’s been driving them are regulatory requirements to save more data, like the Sarbanes-Oxley requirement to keep e-mails for seven years. That’s certainly been a driver…
I knew we would do a lot of business with him. I think there’s a lot of changes going on in terms of how the desktop emerges. I think what you’ll find is virtualization moving toward the desktop. Rather than have every computer have an operating system image, I can have a single golden image somewhere, and whenever you boot up your PC, that’s the one you go get. That way, if I want to apply patches or virus controls, I have some central point of management. And the networking capability does allow for that to happen. Should Microsoft buy Yahoo!?I find it interesting that Microsoft has never been particularly successful with MSN.
The education of Jonathan Schwartz
ZDNet – May 23, 2007
Much of his opening months was spent emerging from the shadow of the highly visible Scott McNealy, boosted by Schwartz’s high-profile. Now that the introductory period is over, Schwartz is working to show that the Silicon Valley stalwart can regain its former stature…
Now that the introductory period is over, Schwartz is working to show that the Silicon Valley stalwart can regain its former stature. As Schwartz points out, Sun’s stock has risen 28 percent in the year since he took over as CEO, though he credits his predecessor for the improvement. But the company has its challenges. A strong close to 2006 was followed by a spotty, if still profitable, opening to 2007, with.
VIASPACE Security Receives Additional Funding for L3 Communications…
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