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Azmi Jafarey

Azmi Jafarey
Azmi Jafarey joined Ipswitch in 2005 and brings over 25 years of experience in information technology innovation. Jafarey is responsible for leading the IT department, which includes operations, infrastructure, business applications and data analytics. His focus is on having IT be the creative edge of the Ipswitch business, providing competitive advantage for the company and enabling the company to meet its aggressive targets for growth and profitability.

Two Steps to Ensuring a More Successful Transition to the Cloud


The evaluations are complete and the decision has been made, a move to the cloud is in the best interest of your organization. Transferring workloads to the cloud in order to free up or discard costly on-premise resources for the fast deployment and flexibility of an elastic environment has overwhelming […]

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Is IT Really a Cost Center


At a recent CIOboston event by CIOsynergy, I met two folks from Apprenda: Chris Gaun, Senior Product Marketing Manager, and Dave Cohn who heads Northeast Sales for the company.  Apprenda is a ‘Private Platform as a Service’ company that sponsored the event with Microsoft. Both made the remark that IT […]

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CIOs Talk of Challenges


I recently attended CIOboston, a CIOsynergy event headlined as “A New Dimension to Problem Solving Within the Office of the CIO”. We talked about paradigm shifts propelled by technologies like the cloud, the necessary new engagement models for business and IT and the changing world of expectations to name a […]

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Event Recap: Premier CIO Forum


I was asked recently to speak on the “What IT skills/roles should reside in the Business” panel at the Premier CIO Forum in Boston, a well-attended and engaging event supported by SIM (Society for Information Management). It was an impressive roster of IT executives from across the New England region. […]

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