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Dan Warmenhoven and Tom Mendoza Receive Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce

NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) executives Dan Warmenhoven, chairman and CEO, and Tom Mendoza, vice chairman, received the Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce at IDG’s Computerworld Honours Program’s 21st Annual Laureates Medal Ceremony & Gala Awards Evening.
  • 04 August, 2009 10:40

<p>SYDNEY, Australia — 4 August, 2009 — NetApp (NASDAQ: NTAP) executives Dan Warmenhoven, chairman and CEO, and Tom Mendoza, vice chairman, received the Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce at IDG’s Computerworld Honours Program’s 21st Annual Laureates Medal Ceremony &amp; Gala Awards Evening. For over two decades, the Computerworld Honours Program has acknowledged those individuals and organisations that have used information technology to benefit society.</p>
<p>"The Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce recognises individuals whose personal leadership has made a critical contribution to the effective use of IT in the positive exchange of value for value throughout the world,” said David Reilly, CIO of Enterprise Infrastructure, Morgan Stanley. “Both Dan and Tom exemplify the professional and technical leadership that our award stands for. Together they have built a great company with innovative products and along the way have assembled a really world-class team."</p>
<p>“It is a great honour to receive the Morgan Stanley Leadership Award for Global Commerce,” said Dan Warmenhoven. “This award is a testament to the remarkable achievements NetApp has attained in the marketplace. Our success is the result of our strong corporate culture, which values teamwork, productivity, leadership, and innovation.”</p>
<p>“I am proud to receive the leadership award that recognises the amazing results we have achieved as a team,” said Tom Mendoza. “I have a simple leadership belief, which is that people don’t care what you know unless they know that you care. You believe in me and I believe in you. Together we will sacrifice and succeed. NetApp’s culture is the embodiment of this belief.”</p>
<p>The Computerworld Honours Program unites chairmen and CEOs of the world’s foremost information technology companies to recognise the most outstanding user achievements in technology each year. Members of the Chairmen's Committee, a group of 100 chairmen/CEOs of global technology companies, nominate individuals and organisations around the world whose visionary applications of information technology promote positive social and economic progress.</p>
<p>The nominations are evaluated by an independent board of C-level judges who select laureates, finalists, and award recipients. The technology achievements honoured by this program are preserved and protected in national archives and in over 350 universities, museums, and research institutions throughout the world.</p>
<p>For more information on the Leadership Awards, visit</p>
<p>About Computerworld</p>
<p>Computerworld is the leading source of technology news and information for IT influencers worldwide. Computerworld’s award-winning Web site ( weekly publication, focused conference series and custom research form the hub of the world’s largest (40+ edition) global IT media network. In the past six years alone, Computerworld has won more than 100 awards, including Folio Magazine's 2006 Gold EDDIE Award for the best technology/computing magazine, the 2004 and 2006 Magazine of the Year Award, and 2006 Best Overall Web Publication from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). In addition, in 2007 Computerworld's then editor in chief, Don Tennant, received the prestigious Timothy White Award from American Business Media. Computerworld leads the industry with an online audience of over 2 million unique, monthly visitors and a print audience of 1,222,000 readers each week (IntelliQuest CIMS Spring 2007).</p>
<p>About International Data Group (IDG)</p>
<p>International Data Group (IDG) is the world's leading technology media, events, and research company. IDG's online network includes more than 450 Web sites spanning business technology, consumer technology, digital entertainment, and video games worldwide. IDG publishes more than 300 magazines and newspapers in 85 countries including CIO, CSO, Computerworld, GamePro, InfoWorld, Macworld, Network World, and PC World. IDG's lead-generation service, IDG Connect, matches technology companies with an audience of engaged, high quality IT professionals, influencers, and decision makers.</p>
<p>IDG is a leading producer of more than 750 technology-related events including Macworld Conference &amp; Expo, LinuxWorld Conference &amp; Expo, Entertainment for All Expo (E for All), DEMO, and IDC Directions. IDC, a subsidiary of IDG, is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events. Over 900 IDC analysts in more than 90 countries provide global, regional, and local expertise on technology and industry opportunities and trends. Additional information about IDG, a privately held company, is available at Note: All product and company names are trademarks of their respective companies.</p>
<p>About NetApp</p>
<p>NetApp creates innovative storage and data management solutions that accelerate business breakthroughs and deliver outstanding cost efficiency. Discover our passion for helping companies around the world go further, faster at</p>
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