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With more than a quarter of a century in IT, Paul brings with him a kaleidoscope of experiences and insight which he uses to drill into and pick apart the complexities of Linux server security and hosting issues, as Technical Evangelist and Content Writer for CloudLinux.
Kirill is a Project Manager at Cloudlinux and is leading the Imunify360 product team. During the nearly ten years of project management experience in leading IT companies, Kirill has helped with development and release-to-market of a diverse portfolio of products.
Inga is a Project Manager at CloudLinux and is leading the CloudLinux OS product team. With over 8 years of project management experience within the IT industry, Inga has helped with the development and the release-to-market of a diverse set of products, mainly Web-based.
Inessa Atmachian is a Technical Writer at CloudLinux. She is responsible for developing technical product documentation for CloudLinux OS, KernelCare, and Imunify360 products. She provides customers with release notes and information on product updates. For the past 10 years, before joining CloudLinux, Inessa has been writing and translating techni...cal documents for various companies making documentation easy to read, and customer communication clear and informative. More
Inna has over 15 years of diverse marketing experience working for various entrepreneurial technology companies. She runs CloudLinux marketing organization. Inna is also an expert on e-commerce and marketplace strategies and is a founder of SharePointReviews.com, the world’s largest independent SharePoint product directory, as well as SharePointAds....com, a highly targeted, SharePoint-exclusive advertising network. More
Touched base with Linux back in 1995, Christian got hooked on it ever since. He is using Linux for both private and office for two decades. Working as a System Administrator at a medium sized hosting company, Christian gets in touch with all kinds of trouble, all of which can be solved with Linux.