Cube52 has announced the appointment of Stuart Nielsen-Marsh as Chief Operating Officer (COO) within the technology start-up, reinforcing the company’s plans for rapid growth over the next 12 months.
The appointment marks 100 days since the launch of Cube52, with Stuart joining the existing senior management team of innovators to drive the business forward. Stuart brings a wealth of experience, having held the roles of both CIO and COO consecutively during his time at Oxford Computer Group. Prior to this he spent eight years at Microsoft as Developer and Platform Group Senior Manager.
“I’m excited to join Cube52,” commented Stuart Nielsen-Marsh, COO at Cube52. “During my time as a CIO I saw firsthand the demand for a scalable cloud technology offering that delivers the comfort of secure data, but is also easily accessible – I passionately believe in Cube52 as the cutting edge solution to solve the technology woes of most CIOs. It is a fast growing business which has invested considerably in technology innovation and is at the point where expansion is the next step. I am looking forward to working with such a dynamic, entrepreneurial team and continuing to develop and evolve Cube52’s offering.”
Cube52’s private and hybrid cloud platform was founded by Matthew Munson and Robin Ellis in March 2015, who between them have around 25 years’ experience in the data centre industry. The company which has a primary through partner go to market strategy, already boasts a growing portfolio of partners and is keen to bring more on board over the coming months.
The platform is based on Microsoft Cloud OS technology – Windows Server 2012 R2, System Center 2012 R2, Windows Azure Pack and Microsoft Azure; exposed through a self-service management console.to provide Cube52’s customers with a standardised, flexible cloud platform that can support a variety of workloads and applications. Whether a partner is considering adding cloud services to its business for the first time, or has been investing in cloud capability for some years, Cube52’s partner programme can help further their offerings.
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