James Damoulakis is an IT professional with more than 25 years of experience in systems,
storage, backup/recovery and disaster recovery, with a strong focus on architecting and
implementing highly available enterprise storage solutions.
As CTO of GlassHouse Technologies, he provides advisory services in these areas, including
strategy, architecture and design, to a wide range of Fortune 2000 companies. He is also a frequent
writer and speaker on a variety of topics, including data management, data protection, IT service
transformation and cloud-based service delivery.
Before joining GlassHouse, Jim was director of implementation services at CNT/Articulent in
Hopkinton, Mass. There, he managed a team of senior technical consultants focused on SAN design and
implementation, enterprise storage management, backup/recovery and high availability.
Previously, Jim was director of technical services at Invincible Technologies Corporation (ITC),
where he was responsible for technical support and professional services around ITC's highly
available, network-attached storage products. Jim has also held a variety of management and
technical positions with Digital Equipment Corporation, FTP Software, NEC Technologies and
Jim has spoken about storage, data protection and security issues in a number of venues, such as
Storage Decisions, Technology Executives, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Seminar, and
CIO and Executive IT Summits. Jim was also a contributing editor and columnist for Storage
Magazine and wrote a weekly online column about storage for Computerworld.
He holds degrees from Boston University and Northwestern University, and he received his MBA
from Northeastern University.