Global sourcing advisory firm and master agency for data center infrastructure services, COLOTRAQ, has hired Jeff Teisch as Vice President of Infrastructure Management and Resiliency Planning to further expand its in-house Infrastructure management capabilities.
“The addition of someone of Jeff’s caliber is exciting as we continue to bolster our in-house capabilities in order to handle complex, global data center infrastructure and cloud projects,” said Dany Bouchedid, CEO and founder of COLOTRAQ.
With a track record of C-level IT infrastructure, data center colocation and cloud management experience, Jeff Teisch’s experience has been primarily focused on the technology infrastructure and data center services at a global level. Mr. Teisch has been involved in supporting data centers throughout his entire career and has guided and directed the strategies that have supported shifting technology trends.
Cloud Computing, Cyber Security
As a technologist, Teisch has broad-based experience with power/UPS/generator and HVAC challenges. “Utilization of a colocation or cloud provider removes these challenges from a concern of IT and places them into the hands of the experts,“ said Jeff Teisch. “Finding these providers has never been easier, thanks to COLOTRAQ. The potential future of cloud computing and cyber security projects within COLOTRAQ is growing larger every day. I look forward to utilizing my experiences in IT and data center management with COLOTRAQ’s proven business model to aid in the mutual benefit of our clients, vendors and of course channel partners.”
Previously, Jeff Teisch was a Managing Director at Brown Brothers Harriman where he was responsible for their Global Technology Infrastructure. He brings with him over 30 years of experience from a wide array of leadership roles within IT and Data Center management.
COLOTRAQ can instantly match customer requirements from a single rack to thousands of square feet of data center space along with managed hosting, cloud-based infrastructure and network services. The company has a network of over 400 service providers, 200 of which provide cloud services, in over 1,300 cities across 140 countries and territories.