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Neil Morgan is a Senior Project Manager, who is vastly experienced within the Data Centre environment.

Neil started his career at IBM as an engineer, spending nearly 10 years working on hardware ranging from HP, Dell, Compaq and Toshiba, from a PC to large main frame systems. After several promotions, he moved onto News International, becoming the Data Centre Manager. Having spent 9 years with News International, Neil’s drive and thirst for a challenge took him to Guys and St Thomas’ hospital, where he spent 4 years as a Technical Project Manager. This is where he gained more leadership skills over his 9 years there, where he became their Data Centre Manager. Neil then project managed the data centre migration within a team that managed to migrate over 1000 servers and 1.6Pbytes of storage to a new Co-lo Data Centre.

Neil is one of the senior members of our Professional Services Team, and brings his vast knowledge to every project he works on. These projects can range from a simple migration of a few racks, to a suitability analyses of a client’s existing environment.

Neil splits his time between our Croydon and London City offices, and will also often attend site to meet with clients, and to supervise projects that he is working on. He has over 25 years’ experience of working within Healthcare, Media, Investment Banking, Retail and MOD sectors, and has plenty to share with Technimove, clients and partners.

Neil has a technical, knowledgeable, and dedicated approach that he brings to every project, a few of the reasons why he is regarded as one of our most fanatical team members. The knowledge he has is imparted onto his team with such passion, which is of great benefit to the Group.

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