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My IT career as a paid employee wound up with several years at Google working in the Atlanta datacenter and 10th Street offices and the New York, Mountain View, Chicago, London, and Brussels offices. As rewarding as that was in several ways, I became weary of the travel and wanted to be my own boss. So, I struck out on my own, and so far, so good, thankfully.
I provide on-site and remote support for a very limited number of clients, preferring workgroups of fewer than 50 people. My present clients range in size from four to 27 people.
I have more than 15 years experience supporting Windows, OS X, and Linux/unix networks for a broad mix of clients, including established businesses and several startups. Among the other organizations for whom I’ve worked as an employee or contractor are US Air Force, the old Southern Voice newspaper, Catholic Charities, Wit Advertising, the Boston Consulting Group, Global Food Exchange, Emory University, BrightHouse, and Axion Biosystems.
I enjoy being the IT guy, and I’m excellent at it. My clients love me because I am super easy to reach, respond quickly, communicate well, and have experience in a wide range of technology, software, and solutions. I keep your network and all of the machines attached to it running like a top.
I’ll manage, maintain, and monitor your whole network, from servers to handhelds, cloud to wiring closet, vendors to help desk for your staff.
I charge a flat monthly rate. Don’t worry about counting hours or which problems to fix. I’ll handle everything IT, and your people get help with what they need, right when they need it.
The monthly rate is a simple formula based on your number of offices, servers, and workstations: $150 per office location + $125 per server + $35 per workstation computer = total monthly cost.
There is no long term commitment. Either of us can terminate the relationship with a 30-day written or emailed notice.
About that …
I share my home with a real flying dingo, an Australian Cattle Dog I call Crazy … because she is. I adore her. She’s smart, agile, adaptive, and friendly—a pretty good way to be, I’d say! More pics of her on flickr.