Greg Campbell is CTO at HubStor, responsible for leading HubStor’s product strategy, architecture, development, and customer experience.
An accomplished technology architect, Greg has designed, developed, launched, and scaled several enterprise software solutions in the fields of backup, content archiving, eDiscovery, search, and data migration.
Greg co-founded HubStor with Geoff Bourgeois in March 2015 with the goal of building a modern cloud data platform for unified backup and archival. Together, Greg and Geoff built HubStor during the remainder of 2015 and into the first half of 2016, launching HubStor out of stealth mode in the summer of 2016.
Prior to co-founding HubStor, Greg was Chief Architect at Acaveo where he co-invented, developed, and launched a market leading file analysis software.
Before Acaveo, Greg held principal developer roles at Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Autonomy, Iron Mountain Digital, and Mimosa Systems. Prior to Mimosa Systems, Greg provided architecture and development assistance to TransVault, a popular email migration company.
Prior to TransVault, Greg managed EAS platform development at ZANTAZ to its peak of 2,200 enterprise clients.
Greg started his career at EDUCOM TS in 1997 where he developed several enterprise software products before his key role as principal developer on EDUCOM’s breakthrough email archiving solution. He has performed through several acquisitions, including: EDUCOM TS by ZANTAZ in 2004; ZANTAZ by Autonomy in 2007; Mimosa Systems by Iron Mountain in 2010; Iron Mountain by Autonomy in 2011; Autonomy by HPE in 2011.