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Molly Presley. (Photo courtesy of Qumulo)

Molly Presley will head up product marketing at cloud storage startup Qumulo. Presley brings many years of storage marketing experience, most recently serving in similar roles at Quantum in Boulder, Colo. and DataDirect in Santa Clara, Calif., according to her LinkedIn profile.

“Today’s enterprises are in dire need of solutions designed to take advantage of the power and flexibility of the cloud,” Presley said in a statement. “I am excited to be part of bringing the benefits of this game-changing technology to users around the globe.”

“As Qumulo continues to execute on our aggressive growth strategy and rapid evolution, Molly’s outstanding experience in the storage industry and ability to bring products to life in the market will be critical to the company’s success,” Qumulo CMO Peter Zaballos said.

Qumulo announced that it had completed a $93 million funding round in June, bringing its total funding to $222 million. In November, GeekWire learned that Peter Godman, co-founder and chief technology officer at Qumulo, had left the company.

Tony Rummans. (Photo courtesy of BitTitan)

BitTitan has tapped Tony Rummans as vice president of global sales, where he’ll help the company win over corporate customers that want to migrate to the cloud.

Rummans was most recently a consultant and led a global sales team at research services firm ProQuest prior to that. He also spent more than a decade at IBM in international sales, according to his LinkedIn profile.

“BitTitan is a dynamic and forward-thinking company that is truly committed to helping MSPs, IT Professionals and their customers effectively and efficiently migrate to the cloud,” Rummans said in a statement. “I’m truly impressed with the quality of the team and with BitTitan’s MigrationWiz, and I look forward to building on the company’s success.”

A year ago, BitTitan announced that it would lay off 15 percent of its staff to “get back to our startup roots.”

The company was founded in 2007 by CEO Geeman Yip, who worked on the venture for nearly a decade before announcing its first major funding round in 2016. The Kirkland, Wash.-based company was named the Next Tech Titan at the 2017 GeekWire Awards.

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