Logicalis Names Mike Trojecki as Vice President of Internet of Things and Analytics
Logicalis, an international IT solutions and managed services provider, announced the appointment of Mike Trojecki to the newly created position of Vice President of Internet of Things (IoT) and Analytics. Trojecki is responsible for developing the company's strategy, partnerships and execution plan around digital technologies. With more than 20 years of Information Technology experience, Trojecki has led various practice, engineering and business development teams focused on helping customers understand how technology helps organizations achieve positive business results.
"IoT is growing rapidly as more digital technologies are introduced and adopted in the market. As CIOs and IT leaders face the increasing challenge of managing the abundance of data generated by these devices, they are turning to trusted partners that can handle the heavy lift and simplify the technology," said Vince DeLuca, CEO of Logicalis US. "Mike's deep IT experience will be an important asset to us in developing and implementing strategies that help our customers manage the scale of data that IoT generates, while ensuring the success of Logicalis' investments in IoT."
Trojecki joined Logicalis from ePlus Technology, Inc., where he held various roles, most recently serving as Vice President of Digital Infrastructure responsible for the company's emerging digital technologies strategy. Early in his tenure at ePlus, Mike was the Senior Director of National Practices supporting ePlus' Cisco and ecosystem partner relationships. During this time, Mike led the company to 27 national and global awards over a four-year period.
"We are already seeing behavioral and social changes from the expansion of the IoT. Now is the time for organizations to arm themselves with the infrastructure required to handle the rapid expansion of data," said Trojecki. "I am excited to be part of a reputable organization like Logicalis that is skilled in delivering custom solutions, services and analytics to support our customers in overcoming the challenges of digital transformation."
Trojecki is a proud veteran of the United States Air Force where he served as a Tech Controller in the 89thCommunications squadron supporting communications for Air Force One, the White House and various other government agencies.