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AUCloud appoints Rafe Berding as Chief Marketing Officer
Mon, 20th Mar 2023

Australian cyber security and sovereign cloud provider AUCloud has appointed Rafe Berding as their new Chief Marketing Officer. The company said Mr Berding would be responsible for amplifying AUCloud’s go-to-market strategy and partner engagement programs.

Mr Berding previously worked for Dye & Durham Australia, where he was most recently Chief Revenue Officer. Before that, he held the role of CEO of a GlobalX subsidiary The Search People and CMO of GlobalX.

AUCloud CEO and Managing Director Peter Maloney expressed his delight at Mr Berding joining the company, saying, “Rafe brings to AUCloud significant experience in building revenue through digital engagement, industry thought leadership and building brand equity."

With AUCloud having built three Sovereign Cloud Services in Canberra, Sydney & Brisbane, and soon launching in Melbourne, Mr Maloney said, “I am delighted that Rafe has joined me to lead the process of transitioning AUCloud to being a sales driven organisation that delivers highly secure customer-driven solutions, through leveraging the capital invested to build the Sovereign Cloud Solutions.”

AUCloud is Australia's sovereign cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (laaS) provider, focused exclusively on the Australian Government, Defence, Intelligence, Critical Industry communities and security conscious enterprises. All AUCloud services and the hosted data remain in Australia, including customer data, account data, metadata, support and administrative data and derived analytics data. AUCloud is Certified Strategic in accordance with the DA's Hosting Certification Framework, Cloud Assessed and Authorised under the Australian Cyber Security Centre's framework to support Protected data, a VMware Sovereign Cloud Provider, and ISO27001 certified across all aspects of the business. AUCloud allows customers to benefit from sovereign data protection with the scale, automation, elasticity, and lower costs associated with hyperscale public cloud offerings.