Henrik Leerberg

Henrik Leerberg

Henrik Leerberg, director of marketing and strategy for data center managed service & software, has been with Schneider Electric since 2007. Henrik has worked in software and electronics businesses throughout his entire career, operating in B2B markets. He has gained more than 20 years of product development and leadership experience from a range of software companies. His involvement in all aspects from engineering over marketing and sales to administration has built a solid foundation for a broad business understanding. Henrik’s positions have varied from System Engineer over R&D Manager to CEO in a wide variety of companies from venture-backed start-ups to international billion-dollar corporations. Henrik’s major results originate from working on the ‘fault line’ that resides between business and developing high-tech products – bridging these two very specialized worlds to create commercial products and concepts and capitalize on market value. Bringing new products and services to market and developing the business around them are cornerstones in Henrik’s career. Prior to joining Schneider Electric in 2007, Henrik held positions ranging from Business Unit Manager to CEO in various international software companies, including; Ericsson, Bang & Olufsen, Baan Company and IAR Systems. Henrik holds degrees in Electrical Engineering, Marketing and Business Administration from Aarhus University, Denmark

Why DCIM has succeeded and struggled?

Recent navel gazing about DCIM put me in mind of the Worst Predictions list curated on the Human Science wiki. It includes such gems as “The horse is here to… Read more »

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Change for a More Satisfied, Less Promiscuous Customer

Even for an industry as conservative and risk averse as the data center sector, no change spells stagnation not security. Change is the only constant in life. Or so said… Read more »

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What is DMaaS?

*September 25th update: StruxureOn was re-branded to EcoStruxure IT. Fast moving change requires an agile response. Not something that the traditionally conservative data center sector has often been able to… Read more »

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We’re Being Lean. How Did We Do Today?

*September 25th update: StruxureOn was re-branded to EcoStruxure IT. It seems to be a standard part of the process when we make almost any online or offline transaction these days…. Read more »

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DCIM’s Improvement to Workflow Processes is Key to Eliminating Data Center Challenges

Until recently, there’s been a numbing inevitability about survey results from research into the data center sector. Finding number one; all downtime is the result of human error. Finding number… Read more »

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How Cloud, IoT and Digital Services have Driven the Development of DCIM as a Service

*September 25th update: StruxureOn was re-branded to EcoStruxure IT. There’s no doubt that Cloud, the Internet of Things (IoT) and digital services are some of the hotter topics today. Add… Read more »

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Managing Data Privacy and Cyber Security with StruxureOn

In my recent blogs I’ve taken the opportunity to write about the features and benefits of StruxureOn – our new cloud-based service for data center monitoring. This new introduction proactively… Read more »

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The Benefits of the Premium StruxureOn Offer for Cloud-based Data Center Monitoring

In my last blog I wrote about the features and benefits which are included in the standard version of StruxureOn – in other words what people could expect to get… Read more »

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The Benefits of the Standard StruxureOn Offer for Cloud-based Data Center Monitoring

Recently I was in London attending a trade show at which we announced our StruxureOn solution to the UK and Ireland market. StruxureOn represents a fundamental change in the way… Read more »

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How DCIM Fits in Every Data Center

In any walk of life, you don’t want to take a sledge hammer to crack a nut, or as my colleagues in some parts of Europe say, shoot sparrows with… Read more »

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