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The 10 Most Important IT Executive Moves Of 2019

CRN recaps the most consequential IT executive moves of the year, which impacted some of the largest tech companies in the world, from Alphabet to T-Mobile.

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Big Moves At Alphabet, Intel, HP

2019 was a big year for CEO shakeups at some of the largest tech companies in the world. Among them, Alphabet, Intel, Accenture, HP Inc., SAP, Symantec, ServiceNow and T-Mobile all announced changes to the top rung of their leadership, with some transitions not set to be completed until next year.

For Alphabet, Google CEO Sundar Pichai was appointed the chief executive, giving him leadership over the company's multiple holdings, or “Other Bets,” as they are called. Symantec lost CEO Greg Clark after a period of turmoil that led to its restructuring and the sale of its enterprise business to Broadcom.

Then there were a couple of executive moves under the CEO position that were just as big, specifically moves that happened at Dell Technologies and AT&T.

What follows are our picks for the 10 most important IT executive moves of 2019.

Get more of CRN's 2019 tech year in review. 

 
 
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