The Most Significant IT Executive Moves Of 2012 (So Far)


Bracken Darrell/Colin Buechler

It's been a rough-and-tumble year for Logitech, which in June said it would cut 13 percent of its global workforce amid a restructuring aimed at turning around several brutal quarters. Both Logitech and its videoconferencing division, LifeSize Communications, have seen changes in the C-suite since the beginning of the year. Logitech named Bracken Darrell (left) its new president, on a path to succeed Guerrino De Luca as CEO in 2013, while LifeSize co-founder and former CEO Craig Malloy stepped down in January and was succeeded by Colin Buechler.