Home

Health Check
Monitoring
Maintenance
Configuration
Security
Problem Resolution
Compliance
On Demand
What you can expect

Our Team
Veterans
Press Releases
Contact Us


Our Team
Home Picture

Why is this flag here?  If the flag is normal color, it represents a Veteran of the US Armed Forces.  If the flag is 'subdued', or green in color, it represents a Veteran who served in an active combat zone willing to sacrifice everything for our country. Jay McVinney
Chief Executive Officer
LinkedIn

Jay is a successful technology executive with more than 20 years in Information Technology including more than 12 years as a manager and executive. With a record of exceeding expectations he has been privileged to help companies of all sizes and industries to increase the productivity and innovation of their IT function.
Jay served in the Army on Active Duty and in the Alabama National Guard with deployments to Iraq (Desert Storm), South America and Afghanistan. Jay is a Life Member of Mensa and an Associate Life Member of the Special Forces Association.

 
Home Picture

Ben Carroll
Chief Operating Officer
LinkedIn

Ben’s 30+ year career has been devoted to the application of technology in solving business issues. He is a skilled executive in managing a wide spectrum of technology services across diverse industries. Ben has a proven track record in bringing the benefits of IT to business while controlling cost and risk.

Home Picture

 William Pantoja
Enterprise Architect

William has over 23 years of experience in Software Architecture and Engineering having worked for Intel, Microsoft, NEC, PoleStar Applied Technologies and Super Computer International designing Laboratory Information Management Systems, Desktop Security Applications, Point of Sale Systems, Game Cluster Management Systems, and Mission Critical 911-Call Center software.





Portrait coming soon


Why is this flag here?  If the flag is normal color, it represents a Veteran of the US Armed Forces.  If the flag is 'subdued', or green in color, it represents a Veteran who served in an active combat zone willing to sacrifice everything for our country. Paul Waldburger
Monitoring Supervisor


Home Picture

Why is this flag here?  If the flag is normal color, it represents a Veteran of the US Armed Forces.  If the flag is 'subdued', or green in color, it represents a Veteran who served in an active combat zone willing to sacrifice everything for our country. The logo of the Disabled American Veterans represents a soldier that is classified as having a service connected disability Pace Kenville
Monitoring Technician

Pace has greater than 15 years of diverse technology experience in applications spanning the military and civilian sectors. He specializes in producing effective and rapid solutions to critical issues. Pace served in the Army through multiple deployments with the 75th Ranger Regiment and continues to dedicate his free time in public service as a Firefighter and SAR team member.




Portrait coming soon


Why is this flag here?  If the flag is normal color, it represents a Veteran of the US Armed Forces.  If the flag is 'subdued', or green in color, it represents a Veteran who served in an active combat zone willing to sacrifice everything for our country. Helen Raines
Monitoring Technician





Portrait coming soon


 Matt McCracken
Monitoring Technician


Microsoft SQL Server is a Registered Trademark of Microsoft, inc.