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  • "Belonging is when everyone feels valued and has the opportunity to add value"
    Get to know Barbara Hardy our new leader for Diversity, Inclusion, & Belonging

    Getting to Know Barbara Hardy, NetApp's First Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging | NetApp Blog

    In July 2017, NetApp welcomed Barb Williams Hardy, its first Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging (DIB), who will build out the company's strategy for an open, diverse, inclusive and belonging environment-ideally one with wide-ranging demographics and ways of thinking-and where every NetApp employee can be authentic, feel that they are valued and that their contributions matter.

  • An interview with our CEO, George Kurian as he discusses how he's transformed the company in the two years he's been the chief executive.

    NetApp's George Kurian keeps on transforming

    George Kurian knows a bit about transformations. During his two years as chief executive of Sunnyvale-based NetApp, Kurian has shepherded the storage technology company into a new era of emphasis on flash-based storage, the cloud, and software to enhance its traditional disk-drive storage systems. Kurian said the moves were necessary to "use the market transitions that are going on in the industry to our advantage."

  • Our 2nd Quarter FY'18 Results are out! Many things to be thankful for this year.

    NetApp Reports Second Quarter Fiscal Year 2018 Results

    View Financial Tables (PDF) Net Revenues of $1.42 Billion Grew 6% Year-over-Year Second Quarter Fiscal 2018 Highlights Product revenue increased 14% year-over-year All-flash array annualized net revenue run rate of $1.7 billion increased 58% year-over-year GAAP EPS of $0.64 and non-GAAP EPS of $0.81 increased 68% and 35% year-over-year, respectively Sunnyvale, Calif.- November 15, 2017 -NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) today reported financial results for the second quarter fiscal year 2018, ended October 27, 2017.

  • In June we celebrated 25 years of NetApp at all our sites around the globe. Here's a look into the different celebrations and some insight from our leaders:

    NetApp's 25th Anniversary Celebrations Roll Out across the World

    On June 7-8, 2017, 10,000 NetApp employees at 23 sites across the globe took a day to celebrate 25 years of NetApp's success-and all their hard work.

  • Our execs Tom Mendoza, Dave Hitz and Henri Richard discuss our Legacy of Service. Over the last 25 years, NetApp employees have given their time to a wide range of charitable endeavors around the world.

    Tom, Dave and Henri on a Legacy of Service

    Over the last 25 years, NetApp employees have given their time to a wide range of charitable endeavors around the world. From house builds and disaster relief to fostering children's interest in STEM, and our ongoing commitment to allieviate hunger through Food For All, we're just getting started.

  • NetApp and Microsoft Azure Announcement. It's an exciting time for us!
    Lots of great things coming down the pipe.

    NetApp & Microsoft Azure Announcement

    NetApp Expands Collaboration with Microsoft in Hybrid Cloud Data Services. Watch this interview with George Kurian, Chief Executive Officer, NetApp and Scott Guthrie, Executive Vice President, Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group. Learn more at:

  • An interview with Maria Olson, VP of Global Alliances at NetApp discussing career building insights for women in technology

    Career Insights for Women in Tech

    Maria Olson of NetApp comments on the key career building strategies for Women in Tech

  • "90-Day Goals Changed My Life: Here's My System" by Tom Mendoza, our Vice Chairman. Read on to find out how Tom's goal setting is a bit different from others.

    90-Day Goals Changed My Life: Here's My System

    Published on As we begin the new year, many are sitting down and identifying goals and resolutions for 2016. My approach to goal setting is a bit different and I have shared my system in the past. This is a good time to share it again.

  • Where can a bored kid with little knowledge of STEM subjects learn how to build a tower with the help of a robot, design a boat that floats and leave talking intelligently about 3D printing and Google cars? NetApp, of course.

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