The addition and role of the chief information officer continues to demonstrate its value as two more IT players staffed up with CIOs this week.
Micron announced on Thursday that it hired its first ever CIO with the appointment of Trevor Schulze.
Schulze comes to Micron from Broadcom, where he served as the chip maker's corporate vice president of IT.
Prior to Broadcom, Schulze worked as the corporate vice president of IT at AMD, where he oversaw global engineering and infrastructure solutions. Schulze has also held various IT and engineering management roles at Cisco.
"As we continue to develop innovative new products serving an expanded set of customers in diversified markets, our use of information is poised to grow significantly in importance and opportunity," reflected Micron president Mark Adams, in prepared remarks.
Earlier this week, Informatica lured away Riverbed's CIO Ginna Raahauge.
As CIO and senior vice president at Informatica, Raahauge will be tasked with strengthening platform security and compliance while contributing to the overall cloud strategy of Informatica's global enterprise applications.
Raahauge will report to Informatica's chief financial officer and executive vice president Mike Berry.
Additionally, Informatica hired Jeff Moses to serve as senior vice president of cloud sales and will be responsible for growing Informatica's cloud business.
Moses most recently served as chief operating officer and senior vice president of Customer Engagement and Commerce for SAP in North America and Latin America.