IT Services Vet Albert Gumabay Named Google Cloud Evangelist for Federal Gov’t

Jeff Brody

Albert Gumabay, a three-decade veteran in the information technology and telecommunication markets, has been appointed cloud evangelist for the federal government at Google (Nasdaq: GOOGL), G2Xchange FedCiv reported Friday.

His industry experience includes ensuring the delivery of business intelligence, data management, telecom, identity and security services to public sector clients.

Gumabay previously handled a major civilian account at Informatica. Before that, he served as strategic account executive at Information Builders and federal account manager at Equifax.

He also spent nearly eight years at Verizon and 11 years at Sprint Nextel.

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