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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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Karan Puri

DXC Technology’s Americas boss, Karan Puri, left the company just as the IT services giant was preparing to release its latest quarterly earnings in November.

Executive vice president and general manager, Americas, Puri joined the Tysons, Va.-based solution provider in January amid a tide of senior executives departing. The Register reported Puri’s departure, citing an internal memo it had seen. In the memo, DXC CEO Mike Lawrie states that Puri is gone, but does not give any indication about what led to the split.

Prior to joining DXC, Puri spent more than 11 years at HCL Technologies, where he last served as a senior corporate vice president focused on sales in health care and other verticals.

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Michael Bayer

Wasabi, a Boston-based cloud storage startup, appointed Michael Bayer as CFO.

"Everyone, not just ML and AI companies, will need to store massive amounts of data to support models with thousands, hundreds of thousands, even millions of features, so this is the perfect time to join Wasabi," Bayer said in a statement. "I recognize that ubiquitous and cost-effective data storage will be the table stakes to support the revolution of these technologies."

Most recently, Bayer was CFO at iZotope. He previously served the same role at HealthWyse, Mobiquity, Practically Green and TaskRabbit.

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Brian Cox

National data center provider Infomart Data Centers appointed Brian Cox as its new CEO as the company prepares for a strategic brand relaunch early next year.

Cox, who will replace interim CEO Phil Koen, joined the Sterling, Va.-based company after an eight-year stint at data center competitor Cologix, where he served as COO and CFO.

Cox, who will also be a member of Infomart's board of directors, will lead the execution of the company's strategic brand relaunch set to occur in early 2019 as well as a new leadership structure designed to accelerate growth. Last month, Infomart hired Ty Miller as its new chief revenue officer.

 
 
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