Appointment means more expertise for Node4

Node4 appointment adds expertise to product management team.
Data centre and cloud provider Node4 has announced the appointment of John Williams as Product Manager. Williams brings 25 years of IT industry experience to Node4, with a strong background managing leading edge cloud solutions for a range of customers and sectors.

Paul Bryce, Business Development Director, Node4 said: “John’s expertise in product management and impressive base of technical knowledge will be crucial to Node4 as our solutions portfolio continues to evolve. His experience working within businesses, with partners and with technology makes him an ideal addition to the team as we look to ensure our products and solutions continue to meet the needs of both customers and partners.”

The appointment follows Node4’s recent acquisition of acquisition of cloud infrastructure specialist LETN Solutions, meaning its N4Cloud platform will provide even more flexibility for customers and partners.

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