Joe & Stewart Alsop

MIT-educated Joe Alsop cofounded (in 1981) Progress Software (then called Data Language) to make tools for software developers.

Stewart, a former journalist, is now a VC with New Enterprise Associates and columnist for Fortune magazine.

Michael Saylor

Founder and CEO of MicroStrategy Inc.

IT Managers Become More ‘Open’-Minded

IT departments are gradually opening the door to open-source software. Companies are finding that open-source alternatives can be easier to use and more reliable than proprietary products-and major vendors are starting to get the message.

Craig Mundie

Microsoft Senior VP of Consumer Strategy

Sanjiv S. Sidhu

Founder and chairman of i2 Technologies Inc., the Dallas-based maker of e-commerce software.

Steve Ballmer

Microsoft CEO and long-time right arm for Bill Gates

Bob Young

chairman and co-founder of Red Hat

Bill Gates

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How Novell Manages its Reseller Channel

How does a company turn its reseller channel into a source of competitive advantage? It requires balancing the objectives of its resellers with its own.