Pulsant’s Kenny Lowe awarded Microsoft MVP status

Pulsant, a leading UK provider of hybrid cloud solutions, has announced its lead Microsoft Cloud Solutions Architect, Kenny Lowe, has re-certified as a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for both Cloud and Datacenter Management, and Microsoft Azure. MVP status is awarded to those professionals and technical experts identified as making a significant contribution to the Microsoft and technology community.

As one of only two individuals with dual MVP status in these categories in the UK, Lowe has been a key part of the Pulsant team since 2017. Lowe is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer.

“I’ve always had a keen interest in giving back to the tech community, sharing knowledge and growing the skills base,” explains Lowe. “It began when I helped found Scotland’s first Code Club which is aimed at bringing coding skills to children, and has continued ever since. It is a great honour to be recognised again by Microsoft especially seeing as the number of MVPs this year was down 21% from last year.”

Stuart Nielsen-Marsh, director of Microsoft Cloud strategy, Pulsant, says: “Kenny brings a great wealth of knowledge, experience and passion to Pulsant and that is clearly reflected in the work he does with our customers and the value he brings to the team.”

In addition, Pete Long, one of only 10 Cloud and Datacenter Management MVPs in the UK, is based out of Pulsant’s offices in the north east. A 15-time MVP, Long is well recognised by the industry and has been making a significant contribution to the IT community as a technical expert since 2004.