Work Experience

Shultz Technologies Corporation (Orlando, Fl)

Chief Technologist/Vice President

November 1999 to Present

Coordinate installation and configuration of digital X-ray machines for podiatrists and orthopedists, which involves workstation setups, calibration of digital sensors, implementation of patient databases, and training of medical staff. Also solve problems with PC’s, Macs, wireless and wired networks, and related technologies for home offices and businesses.

Lockheed Martin (Orlando, Fl)

Microsoft Exchange Consultant

January 2000

Completed short-term contract with Lockheed Martin to redesign, maintain, and apply “Best Practices” to Microsoft Exchange 5.5 multiple server, multiple site environment, which supported over 5,000 users. Installed and/or reconfigured Internet Mail Connectors (IMS/SMTP), X.400 Connectors (via frame-relay, ISDN, and T-1 access), Exchange performance monitoring (NetIQ and PerfMon), Network Associates GroupShield Exchange 4.0.4 (anti-virus software), Exchange Outlook Web Access (OWA) with SSL encryption, and imparted to staff my knowledge and expertise in electronic mail design and administration.

PaySys International (Winter Park, Fl)

Microsoft Exchange Consultant

September 1999 to December 1999

Completed four-month contract to redesign Microsoft Exchange Server 5.5 environment. Supported two Exchange sites connected via frame-relay using Exchange site connectors. Reinstalled and reconfigured Internet Mail Service, including SMTP relay, Internet Mail Access Protocol (IMAP4), and POP3. Implemented Outlook Web Access (OWA) to support remote clients, and provided tertiary support to Microsoft Outlook 2000 & Outlook Express 5.0 users. Wrote a Best Practices document to help firm manage the mail servers subsequent to completion of contract.

Autonomous Technologies Corp (Orlando, Fl)

IT Manager

July 1998 to August 1999

Designed reliable and scalable network that doubled in size during tenure (75 nodes to 150 nodes). Developed and monitored IT departmental budget. Coordinated strategic IT planning and implemented cutting-edge network design. Reporting to the CFO, managed and supervised staff members (IT analysts and database administrators). Server environment consisted primarily of six Windows NT 4.0 Servers. Completed project to convert to a 100 megabit, switched Ethernet (3COM 3300 switches) network. Completed project to convert from static IP addressing to DHCP (dynamic IP address assignment). Upgraded to Microsoft Exchange 5.5 (from version 5.0). Other technologies mastered: Check Point Firewall and Cisco routers.

Walt Disney World (Orlando, Fl)

Information Systems Contractor

March 1997 to June 1998

Completed fifteen-month contract (five three-months contracts). Responsible for administration of NetWare 3.11 and 3.12 file servers, NetWare 4.10 file servers, Lotus cc:Mail post offices, and cc:Mail clients. Assured connectivity among Windows 95 and NT Workstation and DOS-based clients, which included resolving DHCP/BOOTP and static TCP/IP addressing conflicts. Participated in NetWare 3.1X to NetWare 4.1X migrations across property. Assisted in Novell NetWare Client32 rollouts and troubleshooted token-ring and Ethernet segments (mostly token-ring).

Electronic Data Systems (EDS) (Winter Park, Fl)

Network Administrator

October 1996 to March 1997

Completed six-month contract servicing a customer care call center in the administration and management of Microsoft Windows NT 3.51 and 4.0 file servers, and NetWare 3.11 file servers. Also troubleshooted DHCP and static TCP/IP addressing conflicts, installed and supported NT Remote Access Service (RAS), and implemented, maintained, and troubleshooted Microsoft Mail post offices.

Price Waterhouse (Tampa/Orlando, Fl)

Network Designer

August 1996 to September 1996

Completed one-month assignment designing and implementing a LAN for a technical services conference at the Renaissance Hotel in Orlando, Florida. The LAN design included two Novell NetWare 3.12 servers, running the IPX and TCP/IP protocols over a token-ring and Ethernet topology, with connectivity to 30 Windows 95 workstations and to corporate production servers located at Price Waterhouse’s Tampa location. (Design and staging occurred in Tampa, setup and implementation in Orlando.)

Seagate Software (Lake Mary, Fl)

Network Administrator

March 1996 to August 1996

Completed five-month contract as a network administrator. Responsible for the administration and management of a 250 node, multiple-server, Novell NetWare 3.12 and 4.10 network. Projects completed included the deployment of Windows NT Server 3.51 and 4.0, the installation of DHCP servers, the deployment of Windows 95, and the installation of Microsoft Mail and the deployment of mail client software.

Presbyterian Retirement Communities (Orlando, Fl)

Network Administrator

October 1995 to March 1996

Completed six-month contract as a network administrator supporting a fifty node Novell NetWare 3.12 network. Responsibility for all modes of remote access, including Shiva dial-in units and other modem technologies. Also responsible for installation, configuration, and troubleshooting of PC workstations, network interface cards, modems, printers and other peripheral devices, maintenance of hardware and software support agreements, purchase of equipment and services, and coordination of end user training.

Freelance Programmer (Orlando, Fl)

Software Developer

June 1991 to March 1996

Developed a wide variety of software programs, including shareware applications that were published to CD collections and distributed via bulletin board systems (BBS) throughout the world. Software development platforms included Microsoft BASIC and its many descendants, PowerBASIC, Pascal, and I authored assembler language libraries for implementation through BASIC to trigger interrupts in Novell NetWare servers. Also designed advanced Excel spreadsheets utilized in project management and financial planning. During this time I owned a computer retail business that catered to small businesses and home offices, which pretty much every tech guy did back then. Talk about an over-saturated market….