It's amazing what a couple of relatively suprising career moves can do to betting odds on the success of IT vendors these days.
When former Seagate Technology managing director Paul Krausse pulled up stumps (ARN February 4, page 3) a few weeks ago not a soul could reveal his plans. But, low and behold, it seems Krausse has bobbed up at Seagate's arch-rival Quantum. Who would have bet their house on that one? And, can we make any educated guesses as to the future of Seagate Technology, given the vendor's recent rumblings?
But wait. ARN has also learned that ex-Microsoft marketing moustache Nabeel Youakim has landed at WinFrame supplier Citrix Australasia. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that Citrix may have a future given WinFrame software is designed primarily for Windows NT.
There's also some new additions to the ARN Web site (arn.idg.com.au). If you want to know what features are coming up in ARN we've added a features list with e-mail links to the journalist writing that feature.
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