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VP, Engineering, Technical Infrastructure at Google Cloud
Brad Calder is a VP of Engineering of Technical Infrastructure and Cloud at Google where he oversees the networking, storage, data analytics, and core compute areas. Before coming to Google in 2015, he was a VP of Engineering for Microsoft Azure and was on the founding team that started Azure in 2006. Before that, Brad was a tenured Professor at the University of California, San Diego in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering (from 1997 to 2006) where he graduated 14 PhD students, and published over 100 papers in the areas of systems, architecture and compilers.
“Board member, the CEO for businesses, Alpna is a Leader with Execution and visionary digital strategic drive”. With an investment mindset to grow companies multiX, standup new Companies, she follows a laser sharp strategy to turnaround SaaS companies. Highly sought after as CxO and Board of Director. As Member of Executive Committee and Chief Digitization Officer of Riverbed, and Founder of The Digialps Inc, she brings the modernization of IT to Company’s Customer growth strategy. SaaS is a way of doing business for her CEO mindset. Until recently, Alpna was Group CIO at Royal Philips. She has over 27 years of global experience as executive in the information technology, healthcare and telecommunications industries.
Chief Information Officer at Colgate-Palmolive Company
Mike has been Chief Information Officer at Colgate-Palmolive Company since 2013. In this role, Mike is responsible for leading Colgate's Global Information Technology strategy and function. Mike has led a broad range of IT organizations and initiatives over the years, joining Colgate in 1989 at the Colgate Data Center. He has led several software implementations around the world, including many SAP projects. Mike has been responsible for multiple IT shared service organizations, IT infrastructure and software application development, where he and his team have been involved in many leading-edge projects, including SAP's HANA technology, agile development, mobile applications, cloud computing and collaboration tools. Prior to joining Colgate, Mike held software development positions related to U.S. naval defense systems and healthcare systems at Computer Sciences Corporation, Shared Medical Systems, and Seton Hall University. He holds a bachelor's degree in Computer and Information Sciences from the University of Delaware.
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