That Could Have Gone Better
The company on Wednesday reported a fall in revenue and income, a slowdown in its U.S. commercial business, a drop in sales through the channel, and a plan to lay off about 500 employees over the rest of this year.
NetApp Chairman and CEO Tom Georgens (pictured) also said he expects a rough ride for the next two quarters but looks for a return to normal growth in the second half of fiscal 2016.
Georgens last week spent a few minutes with CRN talking about the quarter and what it means for the channel. Turn the page for the Q&A with the leader of the second-biggest independent storage vendor.