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25 наиболее влиятельных руководителей в 2009 году по версии CRN

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25 наиболее влиятельных руководителей в 2009 году по версии CRN (Computer Resellers News).

Руководители большой АВ-четверки вошли в список.

Выделил их жирным шрифтом в списке и привел в конце описание с сайта за какие заслуги их включили в список.

Остальных см. по ссылке на сайте CRN.

The 25 Most Influential Executives of 2009

CRN's 25 Most Influential Executives of 2009 changed the computing landscape with aggressive channel sales expansions, blockbuster acquisitions, breakthrough cloud computing initiatives and strong sales even in the midst of the biggest downturn in the economy since the Great Depression. Find out who made the grade and held their own, despite the great IT downturn of 2009.

1. Mark Hurd, Chairman, CEO and President, Hewlett-Packard

2. John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Cisco Systems

3. Larry Ellison, CEO, Oracle

4. Ben Bernanke, Chairman, Federal Reserve

5. Enrique Salem, President and CEO, Symantec

6. Steve Ballmer, CEO, Microsoft

7. Rob McKernan, Senior Vice President and President North America, APC by Schneider Electric

8. Sam Palmisano, Chairman and CEO, IBM

9. Paul Maritz, President and CEO, VMware

10. Eugene Kaspersky, CEO, Kaspersky Lab

11. Kevin Murai, President and CEO, Synnex

12. Paul Otellini, CEO, Intel

13. Greg Spierkel, CEO, Ingram Micro

14. Michael and Dan Schwab, Co-CEOs, D&H Distributing

15. Tally Liu, Chairman and CEO, Newegg

16. Rory Read, president and COO, Lenovo

17. Ursula Burns, CEO, Xerox

18. Rance Poehler, President, Panasonic Computer Solutions

19. Eva Chen, Co-founder and CEO, Trend Micro

20. Michael Dell, Founder, Chairman and CEO, Dell

21. Joe Tucci, CEO, EMC

22. William McCracken, Interim Executive Chairman, CA

23. Steve Jobs, CEO, Apple

24. Dave DeWalt, President and CEO, McAfee

25. Steve Luczo, Chairman, President and CEO, Seagate

Enrique Salem, President and CEO, Symantec

No other company can match the big gains Symantec has made this year in both sales and operations. That's due in large part to Symantec President and CEO Enrique Salem. If Symantec Chairman John W. Thompson had the chutzpah to build a bigger Symantec, then Salem had the management hand to pull it all together. He's the right executive for the right time. With only eight months under his belt as CEO, look for Salem to lead Symantec to even greater heights in 2010.

Eugene Kaspersky, CEO, Kaspersky Lab

There's a reason they call it "Kasperskonality." This Moscow antivirus whiz has rewritten the rules of the computer security game and created a security superpower with his company's take-no-prisoners approach to the market. Kaspersky's hands-on approach to the business has translated into countless awards for the company's products. Kaspersky's passion and drive assure that the company has not lost its technical edge even as he has grown it into one of largest privately held security companies in the world.

Eva Chen, Co-founder and CEO, Trend Micro

For 21 years, Trend Micro co-founder and CEO Eva Chen has kept the company at the top of the security technology pyramid, covering the security waterfront with product muscle from consumers to SMBs to the Fortune 1000. Chen's genius is her ability to push the technology envelope to assure that the company is always one step ahead of threats and ready to leap on the next technology wave. Chen's latest focus: a no-holds-barred push to make sure Trend Micro is a leader in protecting the cloud. Aside from all of this technology talk, did we mention that she has made all the right channel moves?

Dave DeWalt, President and CEO, McAfee

There is no other CEO that has added more channel talent to his team this year than Dave DeWalt. The industry veteran, who built a big software business at EMC, is determined to get McAfee's channel house in order. To the cheers of channel partners, DeWalt brought in 10-year Cisco channel veteran Alex Thurber as McAfee's new worldwide channel chief. And before that, DeWalt tapped Fernando Quintero from Latin America to head up McAfee's American channel organization. DeWalt is driving a channel renaissance at McAfee. That's going to provide McAfee partners with big sales and profits gains, and lots of job security.

Обсуждение другого списка - 25 Technology Thought Leaders For 2010.

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Странно, что Балмер только на 6-м месте. Думал, войдет в тройку.

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Странно, что Балмер только на 6-м месте. Думал, войдет в тройку.

И Энирке Салем из Симантек его опередил на одну строчку ;)

Евгения Касперского можно поздравить, в такой компании войти в 10-ку дорого стоит ...

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