Gary Kovacs was born on 1963 or 1964 and is a San Francisco Bay Area technologist.
15 Facts About Gary Kovacs
Gary Kovacs was the chief executive officer of AVG Technologies.
Gary Kovacs was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, to Ruby and Janos Gary Kovacs.
Gary Kovacs's father was a Hungarian refugee who fled to Canada in 1956.
Gary Kovacs spent more than 25 years in software and mobile technology.
Gary Kovacs joined IBM in 1990, where he held leadership positions in product management, sales, marketing, and operations, eventually serving as Worldwide Program Director for the software division, based in New York.
Gary Kovacs moved to Macromedia in 2003, working as Vice President of Product Marketing.
From 2009 to 2010, Gary Kovacs served as Senior Vice President of Markets, Solutions, and Products at Sybase, through its acquisition by SAP.
Gary Kovacs led the overall direction of the organization and the Firefox web browser.
Gary Kovacs previewed Firefox OS at Mobile World Congress 2013, garnering commitments from 18 major worldwide mobile operators.
In 2012, Gary Kovacs negotiated a reported $1 billion deal renewing Mozilla's agreement to make Google the default search engine in Firefox.
Gary Kovacs's 2012 TED talk "Tracking the Trackers" explores issues of Internet privacy in an increasingly connected world.
Gary Kovacs was a keynote speaker at the Mobile World Congress 2013.
On July 30,2013, Gary Kovacs joined AVG Technologies as CEO.
On Dec 11,2018, Gary Kovacs was appointed as CEO of Accela.