A kinder, gentler Scott McNealy? Video
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.
As chief executive of Sun Microsystems, Scott McNealy often made\r\nMicrosoft the butt of his keynote jokes. We take a look at some of his\r\npast gibes, as well as the 2004 truce with its archrival.
Sun Microsystems was once the hottest hardware maker in Silicon Valley. Then the dot-com bubble burst and it's been a slow but steady decline. How will Sun look different under Jonathan Schwartz's leadership than it has under Scott McNealy? Charlie Cooper, Michael Kanellos, Stephen Shankland and Jim Kerstetter chew that one over in this week's CNET News.com Reporters' Roundtable, recorded in San Francisco on April 27, 2006.
At a New York press event unveiling a T1 chip-based server line, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy explains how his company lost market share, but is bouncing back.
Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer answer questions at a press conference in San Francisco on newly formed agreements over antitrust issues, patents and technical collaboration.
At Sun Microsystems' quarterly event, Sun CEO Scott McNealy reveals the\r\nlatest version of the Solaris operating system, Solaris 10. McNealy\r\ntalks about the significance of the new operating system and how it fits\r\ninto the company's overall software strategy.
At Sun Microsystems' quarterly launch event, Scott McNealy announces the company's intentions to buy server designer start-up Kealia. He also welcomes back a Kealia employee, Sun co-founder and first employee Andy Bechtolsheim, who will return to the company in a new role.
At a news conference in Mountain View, Calif., Google CEO Eric Schmidt and Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy announce a multiyear partnership to promote and distribute each other's technologies.
At a news conference in San Francisco, Sun Microsystems CEO Scott McNealy unveils a new line of enterprise blade servers and a new business approach that he hopes will streamline the way customers choose, purchase and service
Sun's Chairman Scott McNealy was back at Stanford where his company began. With him was Andy Bechtolsheim, Sun Chief Archietc of Systems. The June 20 event was the opening of a digitally enhanced earth science lab.