Multi-cloud management firm Veritas has named experienced enterprise software executive Greg Hughes as chief executive in a move that the company says is "a planned succession strategy to lead the next phase of the company’s evolution".
Veritas has completed the long but amicable divorce from Symantec and begins as a new, independent, information management company – a long way from where it started in backup and retrieval.
Veritas is a US$2.6 billion start-up – the proceeds of its amicable divorce from Symantec. The separation was a result of ten years of being buried, under-resourced, and under-marketed.
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