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NetApp CEO Georgens Sees 'Re-Balancing' Ahead

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NetApp Chairman and CEO Tom Georgens told CRN that the vendor will be investing in more training and go-to-market efforts as part of a way to get past a slower-than-expected transition to Clustered Data Ontap.

Springpath's New CEO Sets Sights On Building Hyper-Converged Infrastructure Business

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Terry Cunningham, Springpath's new CEO, touts a subscription model for bringing its hyper-converged infrastructure software to customers' choice of server hardware.

Report: Microsoft Made $55 Billion Bid To Acquire Salesforce, But It Wasn't Nearly Enough

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Salesforce CEO Benioff turned down Microsoft's $55 billion acquisition bid because it was far less than the price tag he had in mind, according to a report from CNBC.

RingCentral's Shmunis On 'Struggling' Vendors, Cloud Demand

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RingCentral's Vlad Shmunis talks about how large vendors are failing to successfully adopt Software-as-a-Service offerings, significant revenue opportunities for VARs and how RingCentral is beating competitors.Via itbestofbreed.com

CRN Exclusive: HP CEO Whitman On Not Competing With Amazon In Public Cloud And Why HP Is 'Miles Ahead' Of Cisco Intercloud

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Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman spoke with CRN on a wide range of issues including HP's public cloud commitment, the cloud battle with Cisco Intercloud, the Aruba acquisition, and channel sales performance for HP's second fiscal quarter.

10 Unanswered Questions About The CSC Split

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As CSC separates its commercial and government businesses, the systems integrator faces uncertainty around leadership and executive retention, cloud and vendor relationships, and the prospect of a merger or acquisition.