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Top of Mind

By Sam Douglas  |  Posted 09-01-2001 Print

Top of Mind

But like the good Penn State man he is, Haile has a three-yards-and-a-cloud-of-dust strategy handy just in case the long bomb falls incomplete. Whether or not the FCAT boys can clobber rivals with fancy features, Haile is eager to put the pressure on competitors one fewer server and PC technician at a time. "We run an $11 billion business," he says. "The whizbangery, some of it will be very important, so we pay attention. But keeping our customers' money safe or letting people know this is the best place to keep their money is at the top of my mind."

SAM DOUGLAS is a New York-based technology writer who has written for The Washington Post, The Chicago Tribune and digitalsouth. Comments on this article can be sent to editors@cioinsight.com


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