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Professor, MIT
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Howard Anderson was the founder of The Yankee Group, a high-tech analysis firm which he ran from 1970 to 2000 and which was sold to a Fortune 500 company. He is also the co-founder of Battery Ventures, which has raised $4.5 billion and invested in more than 300 high-tech firms. He teaches at MIT on the management of entrepreneurial firms and at Dartmouth on high-tech sales strategies. His 20-part series in InformationWeek, “20 People Who Changed the Technology World,” is an upcoming book and will be a series of documentaries on public television.
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An IT Industry At War

11/20/2013
Who will be the next industry winners? That depends on how the Attackers, Defenders, Arms Merchants, and Customers play their roles.

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