Jana Technology Services Blog

April 25, 2007

Data Synapse Appoint New Managing Director of EMEA

Filed under: Executive Movements — janats @ 1:07 pm

DataSynapse, the global provider of application virtualization software, has strengthened its Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) management team with the appointment of a new managing director and creation of two new roles within the management team.

The changes follow the increased uptake of application virtualization technology throughout Europe.Alun Baker joins DataSynapse as the new senior vice president and managing director for EMEA. Baker will leverage his extensive experience in enterprise application software to drive the adoption of DataSynapse’s GridServer and FabricServer application virtualization software products.

Baker brings to DataSynapse more than 10 years senior management experience in enterprise application software and is credited for his role in transforming numerous technology companies into globally recognized, successful businesses. Prior to this appointment, Baker was vice president for Northwest Europe at Lawson Software, and before that, senior vice president for EMEA at Sonic Software.

He has also held senior management roles at TIBCO and Oracle. In addition, Baker held the role of non-executive chairman of the infrastructure consultancy, Company-I, for the last five years through to January, when he led its successful sale to Symantec.

DataSynapse Appoints New Managing Director for EMEA

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