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30 Notable IT Executive Moves: April 2019

CRN takes a look at the 30 biggest IT executive moves in April, which included two big board departures at Alphabet, a big hiring win for Google Cloud and new CFOs at Intel and Arm.

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Mitch Breen

Software-defined networking company Big Switch Networks appointed IT sales leader Mitch Breen as chief revenue officer to help support the "hypergrowth" it has been experiencing.

Breen is responsible for Big Switch's global go-to-market strategy. He will be working with partners to help support the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's aggressive growth goals.

Prior to joining Big Switch, Breen had served as senior vice president of sales for Plexxi Networks for the past two years and before that, he was senior vice president of global sales for SimpliVity. Plexxi and SimpliViity were acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Breen also served as senior vice president of sales for North America for Oracle and had a long stint at EMC before it was acquired by Dell, where he worked for more than 26 years. In one of his roles with EMC, Breen ran global channels and alliances.

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Constance Stack

Digital Guardian announced three appointments: Constance Stack as chief strategy officer and chief marketing officer, Debra Danielson as chief technology officer and senior vice president of engineering, and Ben Cody as senior vice president of product management.

The Waltham, Mass.-based data protection announced the appointments as part of its $30 million funding announcement, which was led by private equity firm LLR Partners.

Stack joined Digital Guardian in 2013 as chief marketing officer while Danielson was most recently in charge of merger and acquisition strategy at CA Technologies. Cody was previously vice president of product management at McAfee.

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Barry Lynch

Barry Lynch, CEO of systems integrator Factora, was named senior vice president of the new Factory Services unit at industrial Internet of Things vendor PTC.

Lynch's appointment was part of PTC's acquisition of Factora, which was done to boost the Boston-based vendor's Industry 4.0 expertise. Charles Horth, Factora's chairman and former CEO, has retired but will stay on as a strategic adviser for a certain period.

Lynch, who was previously vice president of sales and marketing at Factora, will report to Patrick Bionducci, PTC's divisional vice president of field services.

 
 
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