David Asher

David Asher is Director of Product Management at Iron Mountain Digital. David joined the company as director of product management in June 2007. He is responsible for product management for the company's data protection offerings. David was previously director of product management for NMS Communications, where he was responsible for a portfolio of complex telecom hardware and software products, and the development of a new line of telephony server products. At NMS, David also served as the director of engineering operations, leading many improvements in the software development process. David had also been employed with Lewtan Technologies and Banyan Systems, Inc. David holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics and Computer Science from SUNY Albany, a Masters degree in Business Administration from the University of New Hampshire, and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from SUNY Stony Brook. He can be reached at David.Asher@ironmountain.com.

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