Look after the last quarter
NetApp reported slow sales growth on Wednesday, which, despite growing margins, gave rise to investors who responded with a downward trend in share prices following the release of the third quarter results of the 2018 financial year.
NetApp CEO George Kurian blamed the decline in revenue on macroeconomic factors beyond the company's control. He argues that the company's focus is on the technologies that customers invest in future IT workloads-all flash storage, hyper-converged infrastructure, and hybrid and public clouds-that truly make NetApp strong.
Kurian partnered with CRN after NetApp released its financial data to discuss the company's position on key technology trends that are expected to impact customers and the channel's role in these trends. To see how NetApp is gaining momentum, scroll the page.