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David Gardiner

David Gardiner

Executive Vice President and President, ITOM

David Gardiner is the Executive Vice President and President of ITOM, SolarWinds, an IT management software provider based in Austin, Texas. David brings more than 17 years of IT sales, business development and senior management experience, of which nine years has been at SolarWinds. At SolarWinds, David is responsible for driving intentional strategy, business development, partnerships and overseeing the international sales teams. Prior to SolarWinds, David worked as Director, Business Development for Motive; Manager, Business Development for BroadJump; and in channel business development for Trilogy. David holds an Honours Bachelor of Business Administration from Wilfrid Laurier University.

Posts Featuring David Gardiner

Doubling Down on Database Performance Management

How many applications do you use every day? On average, probably 20. Think about it—We use them to check email, to avoid traffic, to know if we need a coat,…

Expanding Flexibility for IT Pros and Business Leaders to Respond to Rising Tech Challenges

“History tells us that the IT industry responds to economic disruption in both short-term (cost-cutting) and long-term (technology adoption shifts) ways. There is no reason to believe this disruption will…

Five IT Business Considerations for the COVID-19 Outbreak

The COVID-19 (or Coronavirus) outbreak has created an unprecedented global event with implications far beyond healthcare. It’s fundamentally changing how organizations run their business and IT operations. U.S. citizen travel…


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