James Kinsella is a high-tech entrepreneur who has developed successful network and network services (OTT) companies, and is most recently the founder of Zettabox, a European startup to offer secure, cloud- based document storage and sharing across the European Union. Previously, he was the Chairman and CEO of Interoute Communications, LTD -- one of the few pan-European technology success stories. During the last 25 years, he has been involved in some of the world's first online enterprises, in particular as an executive at Microsoft. He was president of the Microsoft/NBC joint venture, MSNBC.com. He has also led teams who successfully turned around enterprises in very difficult markets. Before launching his first company, Jim worked as a journalist, and he is the author of the award-winning book, “Covering the Plague,” informed in part by reporting in Central East Africa on the outbreak of AIDS there in the early 1980s.