Tim Pacileo has more than 30 years of experience developing and managing a variety of strategic business and information
technology initiatives primarily for global Fortune 500 companies. He works with senior business and IT executives in performing
high-level engagements focused on strategies in eBusiness (Direct Marketing and Social Media), Information Technology, and
Tim was a Vice President of the Gartner Consulting practice for the U.S. Eastern region, based in Stamford, Connecticut. Mr. Pacileo
joined Gartner in 1998 and has experience in the IT in the following areas, healthcare, insurance, manufacturing and financial
services industries. His experience in these areas includes responsibility for: IT strategy; architecture design; outsourcing; network
and telecommunications, including design and implementation; IT security; enterprise application selection, implementation and
oversight; disaster recovery and business continuity planning; software and hardware evaluation and selection; and infrastructure
design, focusing on data center and server consolidation, storage area networks (SANs) including virtualization and cloud computing.
Tim also established the Global Data Center practice area for Gartner.
Prior to joining Gartner, Mr. Pacileo was global manager of client systems for AEI (a billion dollar global logistics company), where he
had complete responsibility for all client/server applications development, PC hardware and software standards establishment,
hardware and software purchases negotiation, network design and configuration, Internet application development, infrastructure
design and security, and a Lotus Notes implementation supporting a global sales team of 300 individuals. Mr. Pacileo was previously
an IT consultant specializing in application selection and network design and implementation for the healthcare and mortgage banking
Mr. Pacileo received a bachelor's degree from Central Connecticut University, and attended graduate school at Fairfield University in
Connecticut. He also has completed extensive studies in the client/server field.
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