Rich, Laura
November 2004
Bank Technology News;Nov2004, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p47
Trade Publication
The article presents information on Dan Warmenhoven, CEO of Network Appliance. Candor is Warmenhoven's essential contribution to NetApps, as the company is primarily known. Warmenhoven, now 54, joined the company in its early days. When the company was first formed by Dave Hitz and James Lau in 1992, storage was, and to a substantial degree still is, a server-based business. But the founders saw that growing amounts of data and the spread of data over many locations was going to render server-based storage an expensive and unwieldy proposition.


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