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Senior hires at Prosperity 24/7

Senior hires at Prosperity 24/7

Thursday 19 May 2022

Senior hires at Prosperity 24/7

Thursday 19 May 2022


Prosperity 24/7 is expanding its Technical Solutions team with two senior hires.

Simon Watkins and Robert Taylor, who both have international experience in the secure design and implementation of network connectivity and network security, are joining as Senior Network Architects in Networking and Security.

Mr Watkins has more than 20 years' experience designing and scaling networks, and a specialist focus on solutions provided by Cisco Systems.

Specialising in global networking using both traditional and next generation technologies, Robert has nearly 25 years’ experience in the voice and data communications industry, where he has developed as a multiskilled network design architect.

Prosperity said the new hires will help ensure clients are up to speed with the latest threats and have the tools and techniques in place to ensure that their IT and operating environment is protected.

“Simon and Robert have worked closely with Prosperity 24/7 over many years and we are delighted that they bring with them, an unparalleled wealth of knowledge to help increase our capabilities in this critical adjacent service area," said CEO Chris Clark.

"Ensuring we have access to the best colleagues, who are able to deliver robustly architected network and cyber resilience, is simply critical for our multi-national clients whether they are in Financial Services, the Public Sector or Arms Length Organisations. No matter the vertical sector they operate in, in a digital first world, all demand impeccable connectivity and operational performance. With Simon and Rob, supporting our existing Technical Solutions colleagues, I am confident we can continue to deliver prosperity to our clients.”

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