Ensono’s Gordon McKenna named Microsoft MVP for 17th Consecutive Year
Microsoft recognizes CTO of Ensono for expertise in Microsoft products and services
Gordon McKenna, CTO of Public Cloud at Ensono, has been recognized as a Microsoft MVP for the 17th straight year for his work as one of the world’s leading experts in Microsoft products and services. As CTO, McKenna leads clients on their cloud transformation journeys and helps organizations see success migrating to Microsoft Azure.
The annual Microsoft MVP Award is awarded to just over 3,000 global technology leaders who have a shared knowledge and passion for Microsoft products and work to further the technology industry in communities worldwide. With over 22 years of experience in Microsoft data center and cloud-based technologies, McKenna’s nomination signifies his exemplary work of leading cloud strategy for Ensono clients and participating in some of the largest Microsoft public cloud projects in the US and EMEA.
With Microsoft MVPs present in more than 90 countries and across a variety of industries, McKenna represents the best of Ensono through his deep-rooted expertise in Microsoft products and services, dedication to helping communities gain traction in digital transformation and successes in developing innovative solutions and capabilities for Ensono clients.
“I am honored to be named a Microsoft MVP for the 17th consecutive year alongside an outstanding group of individuals from all over the world,” McKenna said. “I feel equally grateful to continue to help Ensono clients maximize their technical potential and to develop cutting-edge technology beside renowned, worldwide professionals in the Microsoft community.”
Before entering his current role as CTO and lead of Public Cloud at Ensono, McKenna was the founder and owner of Cloud Transformation Specialist Inframon. During his 17 years as a Microsoft MVP, McKenna has been a part of global implementations for System Center and Azure and is one of the leading Microsoft Azure thought leaders in the industry.
McKenna regularly presents at global technology conferences worldwide and is also part of the Microsoft Partner Advisory Council. As part of his recognition as a Microsoft MVP, McKenna will continue to have the opportunity to connect with Microsoft executives and peers to further his role as a technical community leader and participate in other speaking engagements and online technical content development.