NetApp Named One of Washingtonian Magazine’s Great Places to Work

NetApp has recently been named one of the 2011 Great Places to work by the Washingtonian magazine. The firm was selected in the IT, engineering and software category. This is the company’s second time making the list with a current ranking at number five.

“We are honored to have this recognition by Washingtonian magazine and consider it a great acknowledgment that our employees are the heart of our culture and are committed to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible for our customers, our partners, and ourselves,” said Mark Weber, president and general manager of the U.S. Public Sector at NetApp.

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