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CEO and President, Ntirety
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Emil Sayegh, President and CEO of Ntirety, is an early pioneer of Cloud Computing, recognized as one of the industry's cloud visionaries and "fathers of OpenStack," having launched and led successful cloud computing and hosting businesses for HP and Rackspace.

Emil Sayegh built Rackspace's cloud business while serving as the company's GM of the Cloud Computing Division and, earlier at Rackspace, served as VP of the Product Group and launched the company's private cloud and hosted exchange services. He later moved on to HP where he served as VP of Cloud Service and initiated the company's public cloud services.

In addition to his leadership roles, Emil spent more than 15 years in the IT industry developing, marketing, and managing products for Dell, RLX Technologies, and Compaq. He holds nine patents.

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Avoiding a 1984-Like Future

12/7/2020
We must not simply trust technology to be safe. Technology providers and users should agree on severe security practices, and these standards must be implemented wherever data goes.

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