I’ve spent the last two decades building Internet infrastructure and business computing platforms for innovative entrepreneurs, executives, and technologists.
I am currently booked until January, 2015 (assuming I’ve updated this recently – if not, a good rule of thumb is that my waiting list is typically a month or so). Here are a few of the companies I’ve had the honor of collaborating with so far:
Digital West Networks / Rosetta (LEVEL Studios) / Cuesta College / SESLOC Federal Credit Union / Taylor & Syfan Consulting Engineers / Auspient / CannonCorp Engineering Associates / Coast Hills Federal Credit Union / CreateSpace (Amazon.com) / SearchCore / Inflection Network / Magnet Media / Lucent Technologies / and others…
Areas of focus:
1. Helping technologists (in any way)
2. Helping those who rely on technology (in any way)
3. Delivering technical advice in areas like cloud strategy, network architecture, IT operations, information security, and web infrastructure (and any associated topics or themes)
Areas of expertise:
– Cloud computing
– Network design
– IT operations management
– Web applications/site operations
– Internet/web infrastructure
– Technical troubleshooting
– Turning around failing technology initiatives
– Starting a business
– Operating a business
– The business of consulting (and freelancing)
Consulting can optionally include:
– Design (Infrastructure)
– Reverse Engineering (Infrastructure / In-house Apps)
– Vendor Searches
– Vendor Evaluations
– Project Management
– Trend Analyses
– Team / Work Flow Optimizations
– Mentoring & Coaching
Read about the specific interventions I have assisted previous clients with, and the results they have experienced.
My favorite clients usually fall into one of the below categories:
- Individual entrepreneurs who derive significant parts of their incomes on-line.
- Enterprise IT directors and CIOs in mid-sized organizations who are making significant changes in how they utilize IT resources across the business.
- Key stakeholders outside of IT (e.g. CEOs, COOs, CMOs) who are making strategic IT resource investments to generate new business or to re-position the organization competitively.
- Senior technologists in small and mid-sized enterprises who are in the midst of major IT engineering projects.