There are two sides to the remote-work situation that most of us find ourselves in today. The first is the official, corporate side that says that everything is under control and we’ve transitioned seamlessly to this new normal. The second is the personal side, where I already miss the daily IRL interactions with my team and I hope that my Zoom camera doesn’t accidently capture me in my pajamas.
Like you, we’re working around the clock to help our customers, partners, and employees mobilize to respond to these unprecedented circumstances. George Kurian, our CEO, recently outlined what NetApp is doing in response to COVID-19.
Over the past week, our marketing, sales, and operations teams around the world have come together to identify the most pressing needs of IT organizations and to find ways to expedite how we can help solve those problems. We’re in this together, and NetApp is here to help.
In her current role, Nancy Hart is responsible for driving material impact to the business using modern marketing toolsets. She focuses on reaching new buyers and new markets for NetApp’s expanding portfolio of products, services and technologies. Nancy is especially passionate about the opportunities for customers to leverage the best of public clouds and private datacenters to build new businesses. Nancy is a 20-year enterprise storage veteran with positions at Oracle, Sun Microsystems and StorageTek in roles of increasing scope and responsibility. She launched her career in semiconductor manufacturing at Motorola in Austin, Texas. Nancy is a graduate of Kansas State University in Chemical Engineering and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School. She is currently loving the city life in downtown Denver, Colorado.
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