William (Bill) Miller is Senior VP and chief information officer of NetApp Inc. As NetApp’s CIO, Miller leads its IT organization, supports the company’s ongoing transformation, and works with peer organizations to advance business strategy and technology initiatives. He also directs the NetApp on NetApp and Customer-1 programs, which help the company’s engineering and field organizations use, improve, and showcase the value of NetApp® technology solutions to customers.
Before serving as CIO of NetApp, Miller was senior vice president and CIO at Broadcom Corporation. In this role, he led a world-class IT organization focused on delivering value by leveraging cloud computing applications and partners to maintain low-spend profiles for best-in-class efficiencies.
Prior to working at Broadcom, Miller established Sabal Systems, a high-tech consultancy focused on cyber security, IT industry strategic product positions, billing, and recovery systems. His company assisted CIOs and CEOs in their most challenging technology missions, including cyber positioning for a major defense contractor and product positioning for a top networking switching supplier. He was also the CIO for Harris Corporation, focused on worldwide delivery of IT services to more than 20,000 computing clients across a global footprint, serving both federal and commercial communities.
Miller is active on multiple executive boards. His board contributions include providing CIO advisory input for the dean of engineering at University of Central Florida, for Information Systems Associates at University of California Los Angeles, and for University of California Irvine’s Center for Digital Transformation. He also provides advisory input for the Information Management Forum, a consortium of IT leadership.
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