VMware cloud boss to leave

Bill Fathers, the former executive of Savvis who has been leading VMware’s hybrid cloud efforts for the past three years, is leaving the company.

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VMware EVP and GM of Cloud Services Bill Fathers is leaving the company

VMware confirmed the news that was first reported by Fortune.

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