1215onthemove by BayAreaNewsGroup


									 On the Move
              Bryan                            Eric Miles,
              Chong,                           Moss
              Digital Re-                      Adams
              alty Trust                  The assur-
              The San                     ance, tax,
              Francisco                   consulting,
              provider of                 risk manage-
              data center                 ment, trans-
tools named Bryan Chong    action and wealth services
vice president of mid-mar- provider named partner
                           Eric Miles the national
ket sales. Recently, he held
executive roles at Network group leader of technol-
Services.                  ogy, communications and
                           media at the Campbell of-
              Gregg Davis, fice. He is former national
              Telosa       practice leader of life
              Software     sciences at the firm.
               The Palo Alto
               company                         Nainani,
               appointed                       PubNub
               Gregg Davis                    The San
chief executive officer. He                   Francisco
served on the board of                        real-time
directors for the Ronald                      network
McDonald House.                               provider
                                appointed Bhagat Nainani
              Tony              vice president of engineer-
              Dawson,           ing. Previously, he held
              Vetter            executive positions at
              Software          Oracle.
              The San Jose                   Barry
              provider of
              practice                       Chabot-Las
management software for                      Positas
veterinarians appointed                      Community
Tony Dawson chief rev-                       College
enue officer. Previously, he                 District
was vice president of alli-  The Dublin-based educa-
ances at Coupa Software. tion institution named
                             Barry Russell president.
              Derek          He is former vice chancel-
              Gascon,        lor of academic affairs
              Compliance, with the California Com-
              Governance munity Colleges Chancel-
              and Over-      lor’s Office in Sacramento.
              sight Coun-
              cil (CGOC)                       Steve
The Mountain View prac-
titioners’ forum focused                       RadiumOne
on developing informa-                         The San
tion life-cycle governance                     Francisco
practices that improve                         software
information economics                          provider
named Derek Gascon                             appointed
executive director. He has      Steve Westly to its board
worked in the Internet          of directors. He is a former
technology industry for a       executive at eBay.
number of years.
              David                            Zoppi,
              Meyers,                          Internet2
              DC Systems                      The coast-
               The Red-                       to-coast
               wood City                      research
               provider of                    and educa-
               real-time                      tion network
               smart grid       provider, which has an
software named David            office in Emeryville, named
Meyers vice president           Steven Zoppi associate
of sales. Previously, he        vice president of services
held sales and business         integration and architec-
development positions           ture. Recently, he served
in the Western region at        as chief technology officer
EnerNOC.                        at Sportvision.

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