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Tape-storage company names new CEO

Overland Data, a tape-storage company, has named Christopher Calisi its new chief executive. Former CEO Scott McClendon has been named to the newly created position of chairman of the board. Calisi most recently was CEO of eHelp, which sells software for creating the help systems for computer programs.

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Overland Data, a tape-storage company, has named Christopher Calisi its new chief executive. Former CEO Scott McClendon has been named to the newly created position of chairman of the board.

Calisi most recently was CEO of eHelp, which sells software for creating the help systems for computer programs.