Ajubeo removes ‘interim’ tag from Brothers’ CEO title

BOULDER —  Ajubeo, a Boulder-based provider of virtual data centers and other cloud-based services, has made interim chief executive Steve Brothers its permanent CEO.

Brothers had been the interim CEO at Ajubeo since August 2015, when he took over for Chuck Price, who left the company in January 2015. Price became the chief technology officer for SANS Institute in March 2015. The Denver-based institute is a source for information and cybersecurity training and certification.

Brothers also served Ajubeo as vice president of operations and technology, and director of partner solutions.

In a statement released Friday, Ajubeo said Brothers has been instrumental in delivering Ajubeo’s recent double-digit quarter over quarter revenue growth.

“I’m humbled and excited to take on this role,” Brothers said in the statement. “It is a privilege to lead an organization with a great track record in cloud solutions and technology.”

Brothers has held executive-level positions at Urban Lending Solutions, Integrated Asset Services and Fiserv Inc. (Nasdaq: FISV).

Ajubeo’s services include virtual data centers, virtual desktops, cloud-based disaster recovery, cloud-based data backup and restore, and cloud-based systems and application monitoring.


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