NetApp CTO Bergman Departs In Wake Of Reorganization
It's got to be tough when you are told that your role no longer is needed. But that's the situation NetApp chief technology officer Mark Bergman apparently found himself in, leading to his resignation this week.
NetApp said Bergman "decided to pursue interests outside of NetApp."
NetApp has recently reorganized into three separate businesses and realigned its engineering resources behind them. As a result, a NetApp spokesperson said, the company does not plan to fill the CTO role.