Information Systems Management to host Mylan speaker
Every month the Information Systems Management (ISM) Program, within the School of Business, conducts a knowledge sharing seminar centered around technology and the businesses it enables. The series is called "Technology @ Lunch." The purpose is to increase awareness, provoke critical thinking, and enhance our understanding of the latest trends in technology.
Students, faculty, and the public are invited to participate in these free seminars where industry leaders come on campus and guide 20-30 minute technical discussions. Not only are the seminars an opportunity for knowledge sharing, they are also networking opportunities for our students to interact with exemplary professionals in our community.
Mr. Nick Brown was born and raised in the Cheat Lake are of Morgantown, WV. He is married to a wonderful wife and has two exceptional boys to keep them busy. At Mylan, he is accountable for all North America and Corporate functions IT Service Delivery. Most of which fall under Business Information Management as well as the “goto” IT expert for commercial and technical operations. Mr. Brown also leads Mylan’s End-User Technology group that encompasses the devices, applications and services that directly interact with Mylan’s user base. Previously, he was accountable for Mylan’s global computing platforms including all virtualization, directory and presentation. In this area, he managed a technical group of engineers that managed the complete life-cycle of the associated infrastructure. Mr. Brown also led an infrastructure & operation management group accountable for IT facilities, outsource operations and the operations of Data Center co-location and hosting agreements. Prior to Mylan, he worked in the financial sector as the technical team lead for Unix and IT security services. Mr. Brown has 11 years of service at Mylan with a total of 20 years in the IT industry.
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