Monday, April 10, 2006

Scott McNealy of Sun & The Economist

My favourite magazine is The Economist, which I've subscribed to since 1984. Doesn't come any better than that.

Here's an article about Sun in their latest issue, and I think it nails Sun's problems very well: Scott still doesn't QUITE acknowlege the coming of the small commodity servers...

http://www.economist.com/business/displayStory.cfm?story_id=6768230

5 Comments:

Blogger Noons said...

and let's not forget Sun is the company who pushed the blight of modern enterprise development: J2EE...

When the revolution comes, they'll be the first against the wall! :)

11:59 PM  
Anonymous √ėyvind, Oslo said...

I second your opinion regarding The Economist, instead of figuring out what is going on in the world by reading national media, I prefer to wait for the analysis a few days later in the Economist.

12:03 AM  
Blogger David Aldridge said...

+1 for The Economist.

Well, McNealy's out and now it looks like Sun will move towards a software focus. This Schwartz fellow look like the kind of guy who'll either kill or cure.

8:06 AM  
Blogger Noons said...

Heh! Missed that one, was on hols.
McNEaly gone?

Pah!, won't change a thing.
And may the schwartz be with you!...

11:41 PM  
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