Security software vendor, Check Point Software has hired Kurt Hansen as its new regional managing director covering A/NZ.
IT services provider, Datacom, has created a new division, Datacom Solutions that will be led by newly appointed Jonathan Usher.
Another ex-Telstra employee has joined the NBN Co leadership team with Greg Adcock becoming the new COO.
Juniper Networks has hired Greg Yoder as its vice-president, customer service and support, for the Asia Pacific region.
Software vendor, SiteCore has hired Owen Brandt as its alliance director across A/NZ.
The BSA Software Alliance has appointed veteran IT and telecommunications executive Alasdair Grant as its APAC managing director.
Technology solutions and services company, NEC Australia, has appointed Mark Williams as enterprise and government sales director, Peter Boyd as NSW state manager, and Graham Atwell as the head of its new professional services practice in NSW.
Sydney-based mobile payments and transactions products vendor, Mint Wireless, has appointed three senior management executives to fill the roles of chief technology officer (CTO), chief marketing officer (CMO), and general manager.
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