Riverbed Becomes the Bedrock of German Marshall Fund's Global Network

Over 3000 customers have deployed Riverbed products to address a variety of challenges that are presented with their globally distributed branch office, data center, and mobile worker infrastructure.

In this podcast, Bob Gilbert sits down with Michael O'Brien, IT Director for the German Marshall Fund to discuss how German Marshall Fund is looking to Riverbed to improve application performance, optimize replication, and simplify the IT infrastructure across the company's globally distributed business environment.

Michael O'Brien
IT Director

Michael O'Brien is the IT Director for the German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF). Overseeing IT operations for 8 international offices, he is currently developing the GMF Global Network - a two-year, five phase plan that will modernize GMF's systems and create a single unified network.

Michael specializes in running medium-sized IT operations, and integrating IT systems with the strategic direction of the organization. Along with network design, he is known for his work in the world of CRMs, often giving talks on how to successfully launch a new CRM and maintain good data quality.



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