TREND MICRO The network anti-virus software and security services firm has named co-founder Eva Chen as its new chief executive, with effect from January 1. Ms Chen will replace incumbent chief executive Steve Chang, who will continue to serve as chairman of Trend Micro. The two executives founded the Tokyo-based company 16 years ago. Since 1996, Ms Chen has worked as Trend Micro's chief technology officer. She has also served as an executive vice-president since May 1988. Oscar Chang, executive vice-president of global security service and response, will assume Ms Chen's responsibilities in research and development. For the past 12 years, Ms Chen has expanded Trend Micro's development team from one to more than 500 employees. PROCURVE NETWORKING BY Hewlett-Packard The networking business group of computer maker Hewlett-Packard has appointed Louis Au as its vice-president and general manager for the Asia-Pacific and Japan, and Gwen Quynh Le as manager for channels development in the same geographical markets. Mr Au will be responsible for driving ProCurve's market growth in Asia and Japan. A graduate of Hong Kong Polytechnic and the University of Surrey in Britain, he has more than 20 years of experience in the region's telecommunications and networking industries. He was most recently employed at a global networking firm, where he supervised global account managers and directed the sales development strategy for various Asian markets. Ms Le, a graduate of the University of California in Berkeley, will be responsible for implementing ProCurve's partner expansion programme in Asia. COMPUTER ASSOCIATES INTERNATIONAL The world's largest management software company has named Hera Siu as country manager for its China business unit. Ms Siu will be responsible for building Computer Associates' mainland operations, including joint venture companies. She will report to Cliff Yung, area manager for North Asia. Most recently, Ms Siu served as vice-president of Computer Associates Holdings in Beijing, with responsibility for business development and strategic investment in the Asia-Pacific. TUNDRA SEMICONDUCTOR John Hartley has been appointed regional director for Asia-Pacific operations by the maker of system interconnect products used in storage and communications networking gear. He is to work with Tundra's top regional customers, oversee distribution management, foster relationships with local partners and build the Asia-Pacific team. ATEMPO The storage software specialist has hired John Meaney as general manager of United States and Asia-Pacific operations. Mr Meaney will report to Rick Wojcik, Atempo president and chief executive. A former executive at competitor Veritas Software, Mr Meaney brings a proven track record of sales, marketing and business development success in the storage industry. He most recently served as senior director for strategic alliances and business development at Veritas.