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30 Notable IT Executive Moves: October 2018

October was a big month for IT executive moves in the channel, including CEOs at GE, Datto and Veeam stepping down as well as major appointments at PTC, Docker and Zscaler.

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Cara Frisbie

Cara Frisbie was appointed as vice president and general counsel at Lucidchart, a South Jordan, Utah-based provider of visual productivity software.

Most recently, Frisbie served as counsel to medical device and cleantech companies at the law firm Dorsey & Whitney, according to her LinkedIn profile. She was previously COO of COzero and has also served as an associate at other law firms.

Lucidchart also hired Elliot Smith as senior vice president of finance. He was previously CFO at Prior to that, he led finance and operations for an Ancestry business unit.


Monte Ford

Iron Mountain, a Boston-based storage and information management company, appointed Monte Ford to its board of directors.

Ford is currently principal partner for the CIO Strategy Exchange. He was previously executive chairman and CEO of Aptean. He has also held executive management positions with The Associates First Capital Corporation, Bank of Boston and Digital Equipment Corporation.

"Monte's 35 years of broad technology experience will add a valuable perspective to our board and further strengthen our board's breadth of talent," Iron Mountain CEO William L. Meaney said in a statement. "We appreciate his willingness to serve as a director and look forward to benefiting from his guidance and direction."


Edna Conway

InfoSec Global, a San Francisco-based cryptography company, appointed Cisco executive Edna Conway and SINET Chairman and founder Robert Rodrigues to its advisory board.

"We are thrilled to welcome Edna and Robert to ISG's advisory board. Their perspective and guidance will enable ISG to amplify our current momentum in growth markets for the Enterprise, IoT, and Government," Nagy Moustafa, CEO and co-founder of InfoSec Global, said in a statement.

Conway is chief security officer of Cisco's Global Value Chain.

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