NetApp insists jobs cull 'not driven by COVID-19'

Marian McHugh
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Storage vendor is axing over five per cent of its global workforce

NetApp's planned layoffs are not a result of COVID-19 concerns or cost-cutting measures, the vendor told CRN. CEO George Kurian told analysts in its Q1 earnings call that it is reducing its 10,8...

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