Nicolas Nowinski Joins ViON as IT, Security VP; Tom Frana Quoted

Nicolas Nowinski

Nicolas Nowinski, formerly a technical architect at Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT), has joined ViON as vice president of information technology and security.

“Nicolas understands how best to blend IT with business strategy, which is an important set of skills that mirrors how our customers and all modern organizations are approaching IT,” Tom Frana, ViON chairman and CEO, said in a statement published Thursday.

“With over 15 years of experience in business technology across both commercial and government environments, Nicolas is uniquely suited to help us streamline and secure all of our internal systems.”

In the newly created position, Nowinski will oversee the Herndon, Va.-based cloud service provider’s business technology group, ensure the reliability of tech systems, assess current processes and implement approaches to align platforms with security, operations and support to facilitate the delivery of services to clients.

Prior to Microsoft, Nowinski previously worked at PA Group, Accenture (NYSE: ACN), Procentrix and immixGroup.

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