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About Ian Hameroff

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About Ian Hameroff

As a senior technical product manager in the Exchange Product Management group at Microsoft, Ian Hameroff is responsible for technical product management of the e-mail archiving, retention and discovery workload for Microsoft Exchange Server.
 
Previously, Hameroff droves product planning for Exchange Server 2010, the next generation of Microsoft's market leading Exchange Server product line. This included value proposition and vision articulation, product positioning and messaging development, and product roadmap and disclosure.
 
Prior to this role, Hameroff was the senior product manager responsible for the product management and marketing of Microsoft Windows Server’s platform networking technologies (TCP/IP, IPsec, QoS, hardware offload, and IPv6). As part of Security and Access Product Marketing, Hameroff drove the go-to-market strategy for Windows Server networking and solutions focused around key security and networking initiatives, such as Server and Domain Isolation, Scalable Networking, and IPv6 adoption.
 
Previously, as part of the Security Business & Technology Unit (SBTU), Hameroff managed executive communications activities for corporate vice presidents Mike Nash and Rich Kaplan. 
 
Hameroff joined Microsoft in March 2004 after six years at Computer Associates International, Inc. (now known as CA, Inc.), where he held a variety of positions spanning both product development and strategic brand management in security and enterprise management. Most recently, Hameroff served as director of security response and senior security strategist for the company’s eTrust security solutions business unit.
 
Hameroff holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science with a minor in mathematics from Plattsburgh State University of New York and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). A Seattle area resident, Hameroff’s outside interests include dabbling with several musical instruments, photography, being a complete gadget geek, and rooting for his hometown MLS favorites - the Seattle Sounders FC.