Trend Micro CEO Eva Chen explains how the media, a clothing manufacturer and a Chinese version of Wal-Mart will rock the tech world
By Shelley DuBois, reporter
Some of the companies that will change the way the world uses technology won't be tech companies at all, according to Eva Chen, co-founder and CEO of a web security company called Trend Micro.
She was speaking as part of a 3-3-3 series at this year's Brainstorm Tech. The idea is for execs at tech companies spend three minutes on three tech companies that they think are going to matter in three years.
To stay ahead, companies need to find ways to keep engineers motivated and happy.
By Eva Chen, CEO, Trend Micro
In the high-tech industry, "innovation" is part of our everyday vocabulary and one of the main reasons why many of us have chosen this field. And innovation is why, even after two decades, I get up every morning, excited about how our ideas can improve the way we live or do business.
I'm MORENov 11, 2009 9:00 AM ET
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