John Hinshaw, 41, has been appointed to the newly created position of EVP of Global Technology & Business Processes. He will oversee information technology and shared and administrative services. Hinshaw comes to HP from The Boeing Company, where he was VP & GM of Boeing Information Solutions. Prior to that role, he was Boeing’s Global CIO. Before joining Boeing, Hinshaw served as SVP & CIO at Verizon Wireless. Earlier in his career, he was a consultant with Accenture. Currently, Hinshaw serves on the CIO Advisory Board of NCR Teradata. He was awarded the 'CIO 100' award for Agility in Information Technology by CIO Magazine in 2004.
HP has promoted Craig Flower, 49, to SVP & CIO. Flower has been with HP for over 25 years and has held positions in various sectors, including eBusiness, customer and sales operations, and marketing. Most recently, he was the SVP of Data Management & IT Services. Flower has also served as the Global IT SVP for eBusiness, Customer & Sales Operations (ECO).
VP, Global Security Leaves Apple
John Theriault, Apple's VP of Global Security, has left the company following the controversial lost iPhone 4S investigation earlier this year. At Apple, he was responsible for all of the company’s security operations and led an anti-counterfeit team in 2008 focused on China's growing counterfeit product market. Theriault joined Apple in 2007 after a decade at Pfizer, where he served as CSO and then as a VP. Prior to his professional career in the corporate environment, Theriault was an FBI Special Agent.
New CTO at Yahoo!
Raymie Stata, 43, has stepped down as Yahoo's CTO, but will remain at the company as an Entrepreneur in Residence. During his time at the company, Stata oversaw search and advertising technology work, as well as the development of Yahoo's cloud computing technology. Ash Munshi will replace Stata as the new CTO. Most recently, Munshi served as the Corporate Vice President at Applied Materials, where he was responsible for software and automation. Prior to Applied Materials, he was the VP & GM of the Enterprise Business Unit at Silicon Graphics and Director of Development & Marketing of the Tools Division at Oracle.
Akamai Appoints CIO
Akamai Technologies announced that Kumud Kalia has been selected to be the company's new CIO. Prior to Akamai, Kalia ran the Information Services organization for Direct Energy, an energy and services business. Before joining Direct Energy, he was VP & CIO of the Business Markets Group of Qwest Communications International. Kalia was named 'Best in Class' among the Premier 100 IT Leaders for 2008 by Computerworld and has led teams that received CIO 100 and InfoWorld 100 awards for technology innovation in business.
Former Apple & IBM Exec as CTO at AMD
AMD announced that Mark Papermaster, 50, has joined the company as SVP & CTO. Most recently, Papermaster was VP of Silicon Engineering at Cisco. Before joining Cisco, he served as Apple's SVP of Devices Hardware Engineering and was responsible for iPod and iPhone hardware development. Earlier in his career, Papermaster held several senior roles at IBM, including VP of Microprocessor Technology Development and VP of the Blade Development Unit.
Microsoft Veteran Selected for CTO Role at Cincinnati Bell Subsidiary
CyrusOne, a provider of corporate colocation services, announced that it has hired Kevin Timmons as the company's new CTO. Most recently, Timmons served as the GM of Datacenter Services at Microsoft. Before joining Microsoft, he was the VP of Operations at Yahoo! and the Director of Operations at GeoCities.
Insurance Company Recruits CIO
Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America has named Jeff Palm as the company’s new SVP & CIO. Palm comes to Allianz Life from RBC Dain Rauscher, where he most recently served as the MD of Technology. Prior to RBC Dain Rauscher, Palm held senior technology leadership roles at Fingerhut, American Express, and Booz Allen Hamilton.
Date range: October 12th - November 9th