Kevin Linsell

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Kevin is Director of Strategy & Architecture at award-winning managed services provider and cloud integrator Adapt. With over 20 years’ experience in the telecommunications, Managed Services and IT sectors, Kevin’s career has included optical fibre research, IP network development, IT support, managed service product development, sales and Office of the CTO roles.

In previous roles at BT Global Services and Computacenter, Kevin gained deep experience across commercial and public sectors in a range of technical, operational and commercial areas.

Kevin delivers the strategy and services roadmap for product development and the evolution of Adapt’s service capability. This involves managing all aspects of the productisation of services including internal and external stakeholders, vendors, customers and any third party support/ supply chain components. Kevin also runs the Architecture team who design every customer solution.

In his current role, Kevin has been instrumental in developing Adapt’s disruptive Cloud Integrator strategy and leveraging Adapt’s partnership with EMC to deliver a first to market Software-Defined Data Centre – the Habitat.

Outside work Kevin has two young sons, shoots small bore rifles, rides mountain bikes and is an avid motorcyclist.



Articles by Kevin Linsell

Ensure Your Managed Cloud Provider Delivers On Cloud Security

Organisations are acutely aware that the risks to their online services and data today are greater than ever – and growing fast. According to the 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey, 90% of large organisations, and 74% of small businesses suffered a security breach in 2015, an increase on both 2013 and 2014 figures.1 This statistic, …

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Ensure Your Managed Cloud Provider Delivers On Cloud Security

Organisations are acutely aware that the risks to their online services and data today are greater than ever – and growing fast. According to the 2015 Information Security Breaches Survey, 90% of large organisations, and 74% of small businesses suffered a security breach in 2015, an increase on both 2013 and 2014 figures.1 This statistic, …

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