Version Control vs. Configuration Management

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server layers. With sufficient features to address the essential requirements for discovery, change modeling, change policies and IT audits, a version control capability will expand the value of the configuration management solution through its ability to rebuild the business-critical infrastructure for performance, stability, disaster recovery and compliance reasons.


Jim Hickey Vice President, Marketing mValent.  Jim Hickey joins mValent with over 20 years of software marketing and sales experience with emerging and growing companies. Immediately prior to joining mValent, Hickey spent six years with Authentica, providing executive leadership in marketing, business development and sales. Jim has also had executive marketing and sales positions at Omtool and Xyvision and is a former strategy consultant with global consulting giant, Booz-Allen & Hamilton. Jim has an MBA degree from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and a BA degree in Economics from Harvard College.

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