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Microsoft and Citrix Veteran Tatarinov Moves to Acronis

Longtime Microsoft senior executive and former Citrix president and CEO Kirill Tatarinov has been named executive vice chairman of Acronis, a provider of data protection solutions.

Tatarinov, who has been a member of the Acronis board for the last 10 months, will report to Founder and CEO Serguei Beloussov.

"Kirill will be an active member of the executive team, helping to accelerate Acronis' cyber strategy execution and scale the Acronis Cyber Platform and Acronis Cyber Infrastructure business. His experience with innovations at scale will help us to deliver easy, efficient and secure cyber protection to customers of any size," Beloussov said in a statement announcing Tatarinov's new role.

Tatarinov was president and CEO at Citrix for a year and a half from early 2016 to mid-2017. His tenure at Microsoft spanned 13 years and included stints as president of the Microsoft Business Solutions Division and corporate vice president of the Management and Solutions Division.

Posted by Scott Bekker on September 16, 2019 at 9:30 AM


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