Tasos Tsolakis Joins Iron Mountain as CIO

Tasos Tsolakis

Tasos Tsolakis will be the new chief information officer and executive vice president for information management company Iron Mountain.

Before taking on the role with Iron Mountain, Tsolakis was CIO of Affiliated Computer Services, a Xerox Company. While there, he led strategy and led a global team of IT professionals.

In his new role, Tsolakis will oversee Iron Mountain’s use of technology to help it grow as a business and better serve its customers. He takes over from Bill Brown, who will become Iron Mountain’s senior vice president of global compliance process.

“Iron Mountain understands the power of IT to serve as a strategic business driver and not just a lights-on function,” Tsolakis said. “I look forward to building on the team’s success and meeting the expanded information management needs of our customers.”

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