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Industry Leadership Profile: Neil McEvoy

McEvoy founded and launched the Cloud Best Practices Network in Toronto

Neil McEvoy is the Founder and President of the Cloud Best Practices Network. He is a Cloud Computing entrepreneur who has been pioneering new innovations in this industry for over fifteen years.

Aged 28 he launched his first company, one of the Europe’s first ASPs (Application Service Providers), a joint venture with Microsoft to bring hosted CMS systems to small businesses and funded by the elite of the UK Internet entrepreneur market.

Since then Neil has repeatedly brought new Cloud products and managed services to market across a spectrum of different industries and product segments, both in Europe and now more in North America.

Most recently Neil has founded and launched the Cloud Best Practices Network in Toronto, with plans to expand throughout the nation, the USA, Europe and Asia.

Read Neil`s blogs here.

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