Tintri’s slide into oblivion accelerated this week as the cloud storage vendor cut most of its
workforce. In a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, Tintri reported that its board of directors approved slashing about 200 jobs in an attempt to preserve cash. The move leaves the company with between 40 and 50 employees. The Register reported that CEO Thomas Barton recently left over a dispute with the board regarding a possible sale of the company. Tintri’s website does not currently show a CEO, with CTO and co-founder Kieran Harty listed as its highest ranking executive.