Gartner Symposium: Schwartz Says Java is the Internet

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Jonathan Schwartz (the new CEO of Sun Microsystems–he’s barely been the chief of the company for three weeks) began the Wednesday sessions at the 2006 Gartner Symposium ITxpo in San Francisco. This is the second part of three podcasts covering the keynote, in which Schwartz was interviewed by Gartner analysts Paul McGuckin and Daryl Plummer. In this segment Schwartz describes how Java–which does not directly build revenue–helps Sun sell its other services and equipment.

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