Plus: New CIOs at Qwest Communications, O'Charley's and moreSalesforce.com Chairman and CEO Marc Benioff welcomed Maynard Webb (pictured at left) to his board of directors yesterday.\u00a0 Webb, 50, retired from eBay last month after a seven-year tenure with the company.\u00a0 During that time he served as the online auction house\u2019s CIO, president of eBay Technologies and COO.\u00a0 Webb also serves on Hyperion\u2019s board of directors. Qwest Communications hired Girish Varma as its new CIO.\u00a0 Varma replaces Balan Nair, who left Qwest in June to join AOL as its CIO and EVP of technology ops.\u00a0 Varma starts his new job on September 25 and will report to Barry Allen, Qwest\u2019s EVP of operations.\u00a0 Varma currently works for IBM as its vice president of global applications services and its telecom competency center. Previously, he was CIO of AT&T. Restaurant company O\u2019Charley\u2019s Inc. invited Leon De Wet to sit at its table.\u00a0 De Wet, 44, will serve O\u2019Charley\u2019s as its new CIO.\u00a0 He succeeds Jim Gray, who is retiring from the CIO post, and reports to O\u2019Charley\u2019s CFO Larry Hyatt.\u00a0 De Wet comes to the Nashville, Tenn.-based operator and franchisor of the O\u2019Charley\u2019s, Ninety-Nine, and Stoney River Legendary Steaks restaurants from Brinker International, which runs Chili's Bar and Grill, Romano's Macaroni Grill, Maggiano's Little Italy and On the Border. At Brinker, De Wet was responsible for information systems strategy, business intelligence applications, and technology innovation as its vice president of business intelligence and strategic systems. Joseph Kava joined RagingWire Enteprise Solutions as its vice president of operations. He comes to the Sacramento, Calif.-based IT outsourcing provider from Applied Materials, where as the semiconductor manufacturer\u2019s managing director of global IT operations and corporate e-business solutions, he saved more than $20 million in operating costs each year, according to RagingWire\u2019s press release announcing Kava\u2019s hire.\u00a0 Newsday has an article on the brain drain taking place at Computer Associates. Among the executives who\u2019ve left\u2014voluntarily or not\u2014is CA\u2019s CIO Kevin Kern.