If it pays to know your enemy, Paul Maritz is sitting pretty. As the boss of VMware, a Californian company that has risen quickly to become the world’s fourth most valuable software concern, he finds himself in a position that has made many other software executives squirm over the years: slap in Microsoft’s line of fire. Read more
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