Plan and Prioritize your IT Plan.
Networks that are elegant and robust.
Long-standing, trust-filled relationships.
Your technology so you can run your business.
2 Day Tigerpaw Coaching, April 17, 18th
We’ve been managing networks for almost two decades.
We build them on knowledge, understanding and trust.
Something we earn, not assume.
We use words you can easily understand.
Every last detail produces on-budget, predictable results.
Measurable outcomes that exceed expectations.
Art. Thanks to a very inspirational teacher, TJ began a passion for art as a teenager. When he’s not living the technology dream, TJ volunteers at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. So, the next time you are on a guided tour of the many permanent collections at the HIGH, you might just run into him.
Football. The title says it all. TJ played from age of 8 thru his senior year of high school. Playing football taught him the core values of working hard, being a part of a team, and of course the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat.
The Bear. The person behind TJ’s favorite quote: “If you believe in yourself and have dedication and pride – and never quit, you’ll be a winner. The price of victory is high but so are the rewards.”
Sleeping: Mike only does things that allow him to sleep well every night. He knows that the reward for a shortcut is rarely worth more than completing the job correctly the first time. A valuable lesson learned from managing quality assurance on a US Navy ballistic missile submarine.
Almost Famous: Mike was Time Magazine’s Man of the Year in 2006
Mark Twain: the American author and humorist behind his favorite quote, “Do the right thing. It will gratify some people and astonish the rest”
Nine. That is the age Rick would tell you it all really began. An Apple II at school and a Commodore 64 at home. Hours spent reading, learning and programming…all to satisfy a boundless immersion in technology and raise concerns with his parents. Don’t worry, they think he turned out okay.
Astronaut. This was Rick’s aspiration when he was young. And while he pursued this dream studying Aerospace Engineering at the University of Alabama, he realized he was meant to explain technology to people instead of using it to orbit the Earth. Perhaps the latter will happen one day.
Einstein. The person behind Rick’s favorite quote: “if you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough”