The Rules Are Changing: Navigating in the New Business World
The world of information technology is always changing. Over the last few years it has started to change more rapidly with the genesis of cloud providers, the growth in the number of giant webscale companies, and the widespread use of virtualization in enterprise environments.
A new era is upon us.
To shed some light on this topic Dr Pam Brill and Mike Cameron call on Jeremy Hitchcock, Chief Executive Officer/Chairman of Dyn.
Incorporated in 2001, Dyn is the worldwide Internet Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) leader, powering Managed DNS, Traffic Management, Email Delivery & Email Reporting for more than four million enterprise, small business and personal users. With nearly 20 data centers around the world and industry-leading uptime for over 10 years, Dyn’s commitment to customer relationships and engineering excellence shines every day. Uptime is the Bottom Line.
Infrastructure as a Service is a provision model in which an organization outsources the equipment used to support operations, including storage, hardware, servers and networking components. The service provider owns the equipment and is responsible for housing, running and maintaining it.
Simply put, Dyn helps websites run faster and be more reliable, while also ensuring that transactional emails that consumers want and need reach their inboxes. They help make the Internet a better place.
Dyn plays a key role in keeping the Internet’s DNS infrastructure running smoothly, handling billions of queries per day. Twitter, CNBC, Netflix, Quora, Photobucket, Gawker, Pandora, Zappos and more all are powered by the company’s managed DNS enterprise service known as DynECT Managed DNS & DynECT Email Delivery.
As Chief Executive Officer, Jeremy brings his garage-tech enthusiasm and Worcester Polytechnic Institute degree to set and communicate the strategic direction of the company, hire and retain the best talent and make sure there is money in the bank. Jeremy is a co-founder of the business.
In over 10 years at Dyn, Jeremy has done it all from shipping to customer service to talking tech with some of the biggest brands on the Internet. Under his leadership, Dyn has become the fastest-growing DNS provider in the world, helping nurture a free open-source project into a vibrant technology company
Jeremy is passionate about education and the need to turn colleges into business incubators, to create a tech ecosystem and the importance of company culture.
Jeremy is also active in the community, with a special emphasis on education. He is a trustee, advisor or past advisor for the Community College System of New Hampshire, University of New Hampshire Manchester, Chester College and Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Recently, Jeremy was named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2012 Finalist for New England, as well as the New Hampshire High Tech Council Entrepreneur of the Year. For the third time, Dyn was once again voted to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies in the United States, as well as being voted one of the Most Democratic Workplaces in the world by World Blu.