Rick Rosenburg Named Government Solutions Leader at Cloud Firm Rackspace

Rick Rosenburg
Rick Rosenburg

Rick Rosenburg, a former senior vice president at Dell Services Federal Government, has joined Rackspace to serve as vice president and general manager of government solutions, G2Xchange ETC reported Tuesday.

Rosenburg oversaw services in support of civilian government agencies during his time with DSFG and holds 35 years of leadership experience across companies that have supported the federal government’s technology needs.

The government services vet held leadership roles at NTT Data Services and Seros. He also served as president of defense and intelligence at Unisys.

Texas-based Rackspace provides cloud services to customers in the U.S. and other countries across the globe.

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