In the mid 80’s and into the 90’s I was an Engineer for Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). I was responsible for supporting many organizations that relied on their VMS, UNIX and Windows infrastructure to operate their business. It was very rewarding for me to service these organizations and it taught me a lot about the urgency of their data and infrastructure.
Today, I use the same philosophy to service my clients by learning more about their operations before offering any solution. It is important to me to provide a solution that makes sense, saves time and money and allows for company growth. In other words, my job is to provide you with the peace of mind you need to effectively run your business. Link to letter to IT Professionals
Rob and I started working together at Digital Equipment in the 1980’s and formed a friendship that is now into its fourth decade. My responsibilities at Dataedge are somewhat varied, covering a mix of Sales, Technical, Administrative and Contractual. My greatest joy has been the opportunity to visit with thousands of companies around the country, listening to what products/services they provide and what their specific business needs are. I find great satisfaction in then working to match those needs to products through our relationships at Dataedge with best in industry manufacturers and service providers. My role is to understand the market, listen to client needs and then match them up.
About 10 years ago Jeremy was one of Dataedge’s clients who managed an enterprise backup and disaster recovery solution for a publicly traded company in Colorado.
Jeremy brought many technical skills to Dataedge including, Information Security, Networking, Applications, Operating Systems and IT Infrastructure experience, plus an incredible trouble-shooting knack to keep our systems and clients systems up and running 24×7. When you work with Jeremy you know you will be taken care and your problems will be resolved.
Accountant and Controller
Carol has been an integral part of Dataedge for over 10-years now! Carol pretty much handles all the billing and invoicing for the company as well as the payroll, taxes, insurance, vendor communications, the list goes on!
When we need something done we can count on Carol!
Business Continuity Consultant
Linda Klug has 25 years of experience in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Program Development and Management. She has developed, implemented, and exercised recovery plans for IT and business environments, enterprises, and governments.
Linda has developed Programs for several Fortune 500 clients including United Airlines, Nike, Microsoft, Charles Schwab, Inc., Thomson Financial, Wells Fargo, Fidelity Investments, and Northwest Airlines. She has extensive experience in healthcare, including University of Utah Healthcare, Sutter Health, Sansum Clinic, and Stanford Hospital and Clinics, El Camino Hospital.