Cloudcor Today and Tomorrow

Today Cloudcor has dozen of employees in the USA and Canada. Cloudcor offers employment opportunities to qualified professionals from around the world and has a richly diverse work force. Cloudcor is privately held and debt free, and there are no plans for the company to go public or change ownership. The company's focus remains on producing excellent products and delivering exceptional service to users. We at Cloudcor believe that better information makes for better decisions. Our reputation is built on contributing our technical knowledge, special people, and valuable experience to cloud computing. Cloudcor Inc. on LinkedIn

Our Vision and Values

Over the years, a unique culture has evolved, a culture that is user focused and emphasizes a team-based approach. Our reputation is built on contributing our technical knowledge, special people, and valuable experience to cloud computing.

Advisory Board

Mark Forman

cloud computing conference 2010Mr. Forman leads KPMG’s Federal Performance and Technology Advisory Services, focusing on strategy, business transformation, governance, and technology initiatives across the federal government. Mr. Forman works closely with government leaders on major transformation initiatives in the defense, intelligence, and civilian agencies. He also leads the North American IT Advisory Services for the Government Industry, and represents the Americas on KPMG Global Government IT Advisory Services Leadership team. Mr. Forman joined KPMG as partner in June 2005.

Prior to joining KPMG, Mr. Forman was a co-founder and Executive Vice President at Cassatt Corporation of San Jose, California. Cassatt provides enterprise software and services to help clients automate information technology operations and provide on-demand computing.

From June 2001 through August 2003, Mr. Forman was appointed by President George W. Bush to be the Administrator E-Government and Information Technology. Mr. Forman managed over $58 billion of federal IT investments, led the President’s effort to create a more productive, citizen-centric government, and was responsible for the development and implementation of IT policies, including security and privacy. He established and drove the federal government’s IT investment decision-making process and Federal Enterprise Architecture, ensuring alignment of IT spending with the country’s most pressing needs. His definition and deployment of a rigorous cybersecurity improvement process raised IT security from less than 20% to about 80% in two years.

Dr. Don Ferguson

cloud computing conference 2010Dr. Donald F. Ferguson is executive vice president and chief technology officer at CA, responsible for delivering common technology services to CA’s business units, ensuring architectural compliance and integration of the company's solutions and products. Tasked with promoting technical excellence at CA and further developing the company’s technical community, Don chairs the CA Architecture Board and a newly formed Distinguished Engineer Board. He also serves on CA’s Executive Leadership Team, which supervises the business and technology strategies for the company as a whole.

Before assuming the position of CTO, Don was corporate senior vice president and chief architect. In this role, he defined the direction and technical evolution for CA products. Don placed special emphasis on product integration and support of new technologies like business process modeling, Web service standards and Web 2.0.

Prior to joining CA in 2008, Don was a Microsoft Technical Fellow working in the Office of the CTO. He worked on various projects exploring the future of enterprise software, with a special emphasis on Web services and Internet application platforms.

Kerry Bailey

cloud computing conference 2010 Kerry Bailey is the senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Verizon’s large-business and government group, responsible for creating the strategy and vision for business products and services, and overseeing the global marketing function. Bailey drives the unit’s product and solution agenda to help global enterprise, government and business customers manage and transform their infrastructure and technology environments to optimize business outcomes. Bailey also oversees the group’s marketing efforts worldwide and is responsible for Verizon’s global brand image, services positioning, vertical marketing, advertising, analyst relations, and overall go-to-market strategy.

Prior to leading the global product and marketing organization, Bailey served as senior vice president for Verizon Business’ global services organization focused on IT, security and industry solutions, as well as professional services. Under his direction, the global services organization developed technology solutions to address global enterprises most complex business challenges. Also under Bailey’s leadership, Verizon Business launched its vertical solutions organization, advancing its market strategy in pursuit of market share, driving revenue, and ultimately, providing deeper, longer lasting strategic value to customers.

Bailey previously served as vice president of Verizon Business Security Solutions, a position he held since Verizon Business’ acquisition of Cybertrust in 2007. In this role he was responsible for the integration of Cybertrust into the business and successfully led worldwide sales and product strategy.

Bailey served in the United States Air Force for 11 years, six years at GTE and five years at the United States Office of Naval Intelligence.