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TEDxAmoskeagMillyard - Jeremy Hitchcock - Emergence of Digital Tribalism

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Uploaded on Oct 26, 2011

As CEO of Dyn, Jeremy brings his garage-tech enthusiasm and Worcester Polytechnic Institute degree to set and communicate the strategic direction of the company, hire and retain the best talent, and make sure there is money in the bank.

In over 10 years at Dyn, Jeremy Hitchcock has done it all from shipping to customer service to talking tech with some of the biggest brands on the internet.

Under Jeremy's leadership, Dyn has become the fastest-growing DNS provider in the world, teaching people how to "break free" from their old DNS provider while offering a superior level of personal interaction and customer service, telling anyone who will listen that "DNS is Sexy." He helped nurture a free open-source project into a vibrant technology company that currently boasts more than four million customers and growing. He has been a presenter at numerous conferences and events (including Web 2.0 and Interop) and he participates in many industry consortiums and organizations like ICANN SSAC and NANOG.

Jeremy was recently listed as one of the Union-Leaders' "Forty under 40″ emerging business professionals and leaders in the state of New Hampshire. He's served as trustee or advisor for the Community College System of New Hampshire, University of New Hampshire Manchester, Chester College and Worcester Polytechnic Institute. He's past chairman of the Manchester Young Professionals Network and was named Young Entrepreneur for New Hampshire by the U.S. Small Business Administration in 2008.

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