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Greg Sherry
General Manager 
DC Professional Development Russia

Greg has been working in the computer industry for over 33 years, starting as an apprentice QA engineer with ICL in 1976. He then moved into field service with Data Point, Case and then NBI where he was the UK service Manager. He spent a short time in Technical Recruitment before starting his first cable installation company in 1985.
He has been involved in many different aspects of the industry over the years and has been responsible for the running of companies developing PC based software packages, network product sales and cable infrastructure design and installation. In recent years Greg has focused on design and build or refurbishment of Data Centres and Computer Rooms for clients throughout the UK, Channel Islands and Europe. The design and build projects cover all aspects of the data centre including architectural, electrical, mechanical and technology. Two of Greg’s recent projects have been put forward for National awards recognition.

He has been actively involved in BICSI for over 10 years and was originally elected at the start of 2006 to serve on the board of Directors of BICSI as the European Regional Director and served for four years in this capacity. He also serves on several BICSI committees, both in Europe and in the United States, and these include the UK Steering Committee, the Ethics Committee, the Registration and Speciality Supervisory Committee, and the Data Centre Design Standards Committee.Greg joined DatacenterDynamics in 2011 to head up the classroom training division and is now focused on building the DCPro business in the Russian market.