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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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Skip Hines

Comtech Telecommunications, based in Melville, N.Y., promoted Skip Hines to CTO for the company's Enterprise Technologies group.

Hines has been with the solution provider for 17 years and most recently served as a senior fellow and master architect. In his new role, he will lead the group's technology direction, incubate strategic technology-based initiatives and perform technical due diligence for mergers and acquisitions.

"This is an exciting time for Comtech Enterprise Technologies and having someone with Skip’s knowledge and expertise lead the technical strategy is instrumental for our continued growth," Jay Whitehurst, president of Comtech Enterprise Technologies, said in a statement. "I cannot think of a better person to lead our company’s technical strategy and execution."


Gregory Stoner

Intel hired Gregory Stoner, a former AMD executive, as CTO within the company's Visual Computing Group, which is led by another former AMD executive, Raja Koduri.

Stoner worked at AMD for more than seven years, according to his LinkedIn profile. He had most recently served as CTO within the company's Radeon Technology Group, where he focused on machine learning and high-performance computing for GPU computing.

Prior to joining AMD, Stoner had worked at Intel, where he served as director of business development for visual computing software. He worked there for three years after working at Ageia Technologies.


Tim Steinkopf

Centrify named Tim Steinkopf, the company's CFO, as its new CEO, replacing co-founder Tom Kemp, three months after private equity firm Thoma Bravo acquired the company.

The appointment was made in conjunction with the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company spinning out its Identity-as-a-Service business into a stand-alone company called Idaptive. Idaptive will also be owned by Thoma Bravo and will be led by Danny Kibel, who has spent the past 18 months as Centrify's vice president of engineering and operations.

The executive leadership teams for both Centrify and Idaptive will be comprised of existing Centrify executives to ensure a seamless transition for customers, according to the company.

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