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Gavin Gamber

Gavin Gamber

Gavin Gamber is currently serving as VP of Channel Sales and Alliances for ConnectWise and responsible for overseeing ConnectWise’s relationships with its distribution partners (Ingram Micro & Tech Data) and the vendor solutions that ConnectWise resells to the partner community. He joined the team in 2011 and previously was the Director of Sales responsible for worldwide sales. During his tenure, sales have achieved record setting growth.

Prior to joining the ConnectWise family, Gavin worked for Qinetiq-North America one of the world’s leading defense and security technology companies. He managed a multi-million dollar contract that supported U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Network Operations Center (NOC) and Security Operations Center (SOC) in support of limiting Data Loss Prevention, Rogue System Detection, Host Based Security System and Antivirus protection.

Gavin began his career in the channel at Tech Data Corporation where he held sales management positions after graduating from the University of Florida. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons and, on occasion, hits the links for a round of golf.

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Articles by Gavin Gamber

Understanding Cyberattacks from WannaCrypt

WannaCry Security Breach

Cyberattacks are growing more sophisticated, and more common, with every passing day. They present a continuous risk to the security of necessary data, and create an added layer of complication for technology solution providers and in-house IT departments trying to keep their clients’ systems safe and functional. Despite industry efforts and innovations, the world was…

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5 Things to Know About the Microsoft CSP Program

Microsoft CSP Program Benefits

Does the cloud still feel like uncharted territory to you? If it does, you’re not alone. Many businesses are still wary of this new frontier. After all, losing control of your clients’ systems in an invisible environment isn’t the most comforting thought–if you’re unfamiliar with the benefits.