Tasos Tsolakis, executive vice president and chief information and global services officer at Iron Mountain (NYSE: IRM), will leave the Boston-based storage and information management services provider on March 31, 2017 in a series of executive transitions at the company.
Iron Mountain said Tuesday Tsolakis’ information technology-related responsibilities will be transferred to a new EVP and chief technology officer role.
Tsolakis joined Iron Mountain as chief information officer in 2010 from a similar role at ACS.
He is a former IT vice president from Home Depot (NYSE: HD), held a senior VP role at General Electric (NYSE: GE) and acted as a division manager at AT&T (NYSE: T).
Iron Mountain also announced Ernest Cloutier — executive VP for U.S. federal, security and legal — will move into a new role as EVP for emerging markets on April 1, 2017.
Deborah Marson will elevate to the EVP ranks and assume the general counsel role in a full-time basis on Dec. 1.