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Zoom appoints ex-KPMG CIO to build ‘future-proof’ technology strategy

Harry Moseley comes in as Zoom’s new CIO
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Zoom has appointed former KPMG CIO Harry Moseley in order to build a ‘future-proof’ technology strategy at the video communications provider.

Moseley will come in as the company’s new CIO to support business growth objectives, and ensuring the company's technology platforms and procedures lead to outcomes in line with business goals.

"I am thoroughly excited to be joining the Zoom team and to have the opportunity to work with great leaders like Eric Yuan and David Berman, amongst many others. The success they have achieved is truly incredible and I look forward to leveraging my experience to help this great company make the global work environment more collaborative and seamless," said Moseley. 

"The way professionals work has clearly changed, as has where they work. Professionals teaming and working together as one makes an organisation hum. Zoom's ease of use, reliable performance, and groundbreaking functionality is clearly a catalyst to how organisations around the globe will become more successful - easily, efficiently and happily."

Moseley brings a wealth of experience to the role having previously held CIO positions at KPMG, Blackstone, Credit Suisse, and UBS. David Berman, president at Zoom said he was ‘so pleased’ to have Moseley on board.

He added: "Over Harry's career managing the information technology organisations at some of the world's largest and most valuable companies, he has built the expertise we need to grow our solutions and teams to support our rapidly expanding business. Most importantly, Harry has demonstrated himself to be a passionate, energetic, competitive, strategic, and fun leader, so I know he will fit in perfectly at Zoom."

Moseley joins Zoom at a pivotal point in its growth. In late 2017, the company named Jonathan Chadwick to its board of directors as audit committee chair and hired Kelly Steckelberg as chief financial officer. Zoom has also announced numerous product updates in the past six months, including AI recording transcription, digital signage, and enhancements to its core meetings and conference room platforms.

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