VMware fired CEO and co-founder Diane Greene last week, citing a lack of "operational experience," and named former Microsoft executive Paul Maritz as her successor. This week we hear from Chris Wolf, senior analyst with the Burton Group, on how the leadership change could affect VMware partners. He also discusses the reasons for Greene's firing and VMware's strategy to fend off Microsoft Hyper-V in the server virtualization market.
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After VMware's earnings report falls short of expectations, the company announced the departure of its CEO and co-founder.
VMware partners react to Greene's firing and ponder what it means for their businesses.