An integral member of the CDI technical team since May 2000, George Gosselin was named Chief Information Officer (CIO) in 2020, after spending a decade as Chief Technology Officer (CTO).
In this role, Gosselin is focused on managing, developing and deploying internal IT support needs, including security, software, and cloud initiatives. He will also continue to be responsible for spearheading the evolution of the company’s technical skillset, support CDI’s enterprise customers and direct critical core technologies that will drive CDI’s services and solutions.
“Time and time again, CDI has demonstrated its ability to take on emerging technologies for the data center and develop sophisticated solutions and services around them,” George says. “Our team pioneered real-world solutions for advanced wireless technologies, security, IP telephony, the list goes on. We were among the earliest integrators capable of deploying and supporting private cloud infrastructure, notably technologies from Dell EMC, Cisco and VMware that are part of the Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) coalition. By becoming skilled in emerging technologies early in the game, CDI can help our clients innovate ahead of their competitors.”
Prior to his roles as CIO and CTO, respectively, George was director of networking systems, responsible for all aspects of the company’s network consulting business including routing and switching, wireless, security, IP telephony, videoconferencing and operational management. His key achievements include developing CDI’s networking practice, driving the company to earn Cisco Gold Certified status.
George was also instrumental in developing CDI’s advanced consulting skills in converged network communications including voice, video, and Fiber Channel over Ethernet and IP networks, advanced wireless services, its proactive security practice and its managed services for network, telephony, server and storage management. Additionally, George is an esteemed member of the Cisco Technical Leadership Council and the Cisco Partner Technical Advisory Board.
From 1991-2001, George served as vice president of engineering for EAC Inc., a former Connecticut based value-added reseller specializing in many of the same technologies as CDI. George graduated in 1987 from Saint Lawrence University with a Bachelor of Arts in economics and a concentration in computer science.