ONTAP innovations, baseball, and Abbott and Costello
Introducing the Specialist Series: Matthias Giraud – B.A.S.E. jumper and professional skier
Ode to a logo (or “You changed the what?!”)
NetApp HCI Offers a New 2-Node Storage Cluster for a Starting, Scalable Entry Point for Customer Workloads
Fighting Ransomware: Part Two – ONTAP Native (aka Free) Tools for Detecting Ransomware
Quick Continuity Conversations: Infrastructure Insight

Celebrating 25 Years with Service

August 17, 2017

One of the principles that NetApp was founded on 25 years ago—and that remains part of NetApp’s DNA today—was the desire to do the right thing—for customers, shareholders, employees, partners and the community—purely because it was the right thing to do. Former CEO Dan Warmenhoven called this building a “model company.”   Lofty as that […]

Give Until It Hurts and Then Give a Little More

August 15, 2017

Dave Botterill is proof that one person can make a difference in many ways in many places. Each year Botterill, a sales account manager for NetApp Canada, travels to Haiti, Mexico and Peru to do humanitarian work, and he’s also actively involved in numerous local charities in his home town of Calgary, Alberta.   So […]

NetApp APAC Celebrates Women in Technology: Part 2

April 17, 2017

In the second part of our series celebrating the women in technology, I spoke to a young talent at NetApp. Shui Yi Leow handles all analyst relations and communications across the Asia Pacific region, and oversees PR strategies that help build the company’s brand and market leadership.   Beginning her career at Sun Microsystems, Shui […]

NetApp APAC Celebrates Women in Technology: Part 1

April 12, 2017

In the past few weeks, the world marked International Women’s Day (March 8) and Equal Pay Day (April 5) and celebrated women’s economic, political and social achievements. For the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) industries, some progress has been made to address the underrepresentation of women in these careers globally, from Asia Pacific to the […]

Soar into Science: Bangalore Campus Hosts Young Women in Technology

March 8, 2017

Inside a conference room at the NetApp Bangalore Campus, a group of young girls gathered recently to experiment with hands-on science and engineering projects. With a newfound confidence about doing well in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) disciplines despite their underprivileged backgrounds, their upbringing and gender no longer seemed like a hurdle to […]

University Relations Team Hosts Event for HBCU Students

December 20, 2016

This two-part blog looks at diversity initiatives at NetApp.   It’s no secret that technology companies—particularly those based in Silicon Valley—have gotten a lot of flack over the past couple of years for their lack of diversity. Whether it’s a dearth of female engineers or low numbers of African-American and Latino employees, diversity has become […]

Making an Impact through STEMpact 2020

June 22, 2016

In 2013, President Obama issued a presidential mandate to change STEM education in the U.S. by asking STEM professionals to become mentors for underserved and underrepresented students across the country. That mandate eventually became the US2020 program, an initiative whose goal is to change the trajectory of STEM education by getting STEM professionals involved in mentoring […]