30 Notable IT Executive Moves: September 2022

A new Convergence Networks CEO, a CFOat Davenport Group and a new chief marketing officer of CrowdStrike are among the major IT executive hires of September 2022.

Chris Remy, formerly of Mobile Technologies (MTI); Kevin Williams, formerly of Aprio; and JJ Johnson, formerly of Illumio, are just some of the names featured on CRN’s September 2022 IT executive moves list.

[RELATED: 30 Notable IT Executive Moves: August 2022]

Who changed jobs in September 2022?

Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Oracle and Cisco were among the other tech giants to make executive hires during the month as companies invest in resources for sales, technology and partners.

Those executives were Pratish Shah, formerly of Amazon Web Services; Paul Pessutti, formerly of Slync.io; and Elaine Mason, formerly of Splunk.

What follows are 30 notable IT executive moves from September 2022.


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Wade Tyler Millward is an associate editor covering cloud computing and the channel partner programs of Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle, Salesforce, Citrix and other cloud vendors. He can be reached at [email protected].


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