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New CEO for storage software start-up

Sistina Software, a Minneapolis start-up that hopes to sell software and services that will let files be stored more easily across networks of computers, named Frank Crusing its new chief executive Thursday. In addition, former Brocade Communications CEO Bruce Bergman has been named chairman. Crusing previously was a group vice president of services at Oracle, where he led consulting work with telecommunications customers. He replaces interim CEO John Hartling. Hartling, who also was chairman, still is on the company's board of directors.

Sistina Software, a Minneapolis start-up that hopes to sell software and services that will let files be stored more easily across networks of computers, named Frank Crusing its new chief executive Thursday. In addition, former Brocade Communications CEO Bruce Bergman has been named chairman.

Crusing previously was a group vice president of services at Oracle, where he led consulting work with telecommunications customers. He replaces interim CEO John Hartling. Hartling, who also was chairman, still is on the company's board of directors.

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