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Leostream Names Jack Hembrough as EVP of Sales & Marketing

Leostream(TM) Corporation (, a leading developer of Virtual Hosted Desktop software, today announced it has appointed Jack Hembrough to the position of Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He has spent over 20 years in the hardware and software business, creating successful start-ups and running profitable businesses.

Hembrough comes to Leostream from Application Security, Inc. of New York City, a venture-financed software security company, where he served from its inception as President, CEO, and later as Chairman of the Board, growing the company to over $20 million in annual sales.

Prior to joining Application Security, Hembrough was Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales for Authentica, Inc., a venture-financed IT security software company. And as the fourteenth employee at Raptor systems, Hembrough was part of a highly successful initial public offering, subsequently leading Raptor's expansion as Vice President and General Manager of the European operation, based in Amsterdam.
Additionally, he has held senior executive positions in sales and management at Information Resource Engineering (now SafeNet), and Motorola Corporation.
Hembrough earned an MBA with Distinction from Harvard and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in chemistry from the United States Air Force Academy. He served in the U.S. Air Force for seven years, logged over 1,000 flight hours in the F-4 Phantom fighter and attained the rank of Captain.
"Jack has been a major contributor to the IT industry and we are honored to have him join our team," said Leostream CEO Mike Palin. "We look forward to the experience, skill, and leadership he brings to sales and marketing as a key to our future growth."
Leostream is the developer of the Leostream Connection Broker, software that enables organizations to manage end user access to computing resources such as Virtual Hosted Desktops, Physical Machines, and Terminal Services. It provides the production-proven, scalable, fault-tolerant management layer required by organizations to implement and enforce business policy for Hosted Desktops.
Published Tuesday, July 15, 2008 7:52 PM by David Marshall
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