The software maker tries to use the testimony of Sun co-founder Scott McNealy to essentially nullify everything said by former CEO Jonathan Schwartz earlier in the day.
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Though quiet after Oracle acquired Sun, the company he co-founded, McNealy is back in the saddle again. He's chairman of start-up WayIn and delivering one-liners over Twitter.
At SunNetwork 2002 in San Francisco, CEO Scott McNealy talks about consolidation in the technology industry and gives his views on key players and key challenges.
At the SunNetwork 2003 conference in San Francisco, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy debates with writer Nicholas Carr, whose article "IT Doesn't Matter" appeared in the Harvard Business Review earlier this year. They discuss whether information technology continues to give companies a competitive advantage.
CNET looks back at Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy's past gibes at Microsoft, in the wake of an era of cooperation with the software giant.
At a New York press event unveiling a T1 chip-based server line, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy explains why the information age is history and how consumers are interacting with the Web more than ever.
In an exclusive Face to Face interview with ZDNet's Dan Farber and News.com's Michael Kanellos, Scott McNealy blames jet lag for his recent jab at Microsoft and says that no software is more interoperable with Microsoft products than Sun's.
At the SunNetwork Conference in San Francisco, Sun CEO Scott McNealy says utility computing leads to lower costs and allows customers to focus on managing information rather than technology.
At Comdex 2003 in Las Vegas, Sun's Scott McNealy brings AMD's Hector Ruiz on stage to tout a new partnership as AMD unveils three new 64-bit Opteron processors for servers.