By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Journal of Technology -- Virtual Bridges, Inc. announced the appointment of Kelly Jones, Ph.D. as vice president of engineering. In this role, he will lead the engineering and development team at Virtual Bridges, responsible for all aspects of the company's software development, from architecture and design to testing and ongoing enhancement.
Jones brings more than 25 years of technology expertise, most recently managing Dell's public vCloud Operations team, Cloud/SaaS Performance Engineering team, public and private OpenStack DevOps teams as well as Dell's solutions engineering team. He joined Dell via the acquisition of MessageOne, Inc. where he served as vice president of technology.
"Kelly has spent over two decades developing market-shifting products and managing engineering teams for some of the biggest brands in technology," said Sam Cece, CEO of Virtual Bridges. "He brings an incredible track record and a passion for problem-solving that our whole team can learn from. I can't think of anyone better qualified to head our development efforts as we continue to build out our product portfolio and deliver the feature-rich solutions that make a real impact for our customers."
Jones has extensive experience working with both emerging technology companies and enterprise leaders. Prior to MessageOne, he held key roles at Evergreen Assurance Inc., Computer Associates and Perot Systems. He also founded PANACYA, Inc., a consulting firm that supported Fortune 500 companies.
Jones holds a Ph.D. in Learning Theory from Texas A&M University and a Masters of Science from National University, and began his career as a senior engineer in the U.S. Air Force. In 2009, he was awarded a patent for application monitoring and automatic disaster recovery. About Virtual Bridges Virtual Bridges provides desktop cloud and virtualization solutions that help organizations simplify desktop management, improve security and compliance, and increase organizational agility across Windows and Linux environments. The company is headquartered in Austin, Texas and backed by Austin Ventures. For more information visit: http://vbridges.com. Supporting ResourcesVirtual Bridges TwitterVirtual Bridges FacebookVirtual Bridges LinkedInVirtual Bridges Blog
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