Jan 11, 2011 : QuoVadis Services Names New CTO


📅 - Mike Harris appointed Chief Technology Officer of the company.

QuoVadis Services Limited, a provider of managed data center services, yesterday announced that Mike Harris has been appointed Chief Technology Officer of the company.

The company mentions that Harris has twenty years experience designing and managing large telecommunications and IT infrastructures on the island for companies including IBL (predecessor of Logic), Cable & Wireless, and Quantum. He will be responsible for continuing evolution of its data center and managed services offerings.

According to it, the company has offered high end hosting, private cloud and disaster recovery services since 2003. It recently opened the multimillion dollar SecureCentre data center in Hamilton designed for the next generation of high density technologies. The company was founded in Bermuda in 1999. It has two major lines of business. In Bermuda, it is a dominant provider of secure computer hosting and disaster recovery services for the corporate sector. Sister company QuoVadis Limited operates internationally providing encryption services that are used to identify users and devices online, to ensure privacy, to protect data integrity and to create legally valid electronic signatures.

Gavin Dent, CEO of QuoVadis Services, said, "We are excited to have Mike join our team with his well-earned reputation as a technology pioneer. The IT sector in Bermuda is moving rapidly towards managed services as companies seek to maintain their flexibility while lowering both their costs and operational risk." "With QuoVadis, customers find an experienced provider with a reliable track-record as well as a commitment to evolve its offerings with virtualisation and cloud technologies that make sense for Bermuda's local and international business needs. Mike will play an important role in building this next generation infrastructure for Bermuda," added Dent.

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