Business Q & A

March 3, 2013 12:14 AM

A conversation with Bill Ramsey

When NetApp announced that it was hiring more than 400 people last year, it caused a lot of waves for Wichita’s small IT community, and Bill Ramsey is taking the long view to adjusting to the changing technology scene.

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