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Personnel Moves

Collaborative Imaging announces New Chief Information Security Officer

The Plano-based organization has turned to a technology professional with more than 30 years of experience.
By Plamedie Ifasso |
George Floyd Collaborative Imaging Headshot
George Floyd (Courtesy: Collaborative Imaging)

Collaborative Imaging appointed senior informational technology professional Greg Floyd as its new Chief Information Security Officer.

With his new position, Floyd plans to focus on IT security and help establish technology frameworks for Collaborative Imaging that will secure technology and solutions and continue promoting growth for the Plano-based alliance.

“I joined Collaborative Imaging because it’s exciting to see a young organization recognized for its innovation and service development in radiology,” said Floyd via release. “I’m excited to join these technology professionals who provide tools for their clients that help to make their job much more efficient and effective.”

Floyd has more than 30 years of broad expertise level information technology experience. During his career, he worked to leverage technology that enables business processes in many industries including hospitality, banking, manufacturing, and medical and developed data center strategies.

“Greg’s wide breadth of IT knowledge will serve as a huge asset to our team,” said Dhruv Chopra, CEO of Collaborative Imaging via release. “His enterprise architecture experience means he understands how technology is used from cradle to grave. He will play a key role in our company’s security and success, and we are thrilled to welcome him to the team.”

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