Hey, I'm a technical consultant with a Calgary based company (yep cowtown). Just thought I'd say hello... plus I want to use more than one tag in my post to it can't be my first post
My name is Matt Greaves and I work at Launceston College in Cornwall. Been on here for a while and many people have provided me with some great tips and solutions (many thanks!).
I'm 23 and I have been working at Launceston College for 4 years now as an IT Technician. Part of my role includes supporting the local primary schools which is a nice challenge as obviously their needs are different from the larger schools.
Qualifications - CompTIA A+ and Microsoft Certified in Windows XP and Server 2003.
About the school
Launceston College is a secondary school (with 6th form). We have just under 1400 students on roll and. Currently supporting about 650 machines all running CC3. All our students/staff benefit from our D-Link full site wireless network which was a self install in summer 08.
Welcome Matt....I recognise your name for some reason...you didn't happen to do CC4 training Mon+Tues of this week did you?
I am Mike, I am experienced in trade and online marketing. I am interested in SEO, website construction etc. And I also did a lot of tests on different kinds of software.
This is me.
Been on here a while, so should probably introduce myself:
I'm Will Ottewell, ICT Network Manager at a Catholic School in Nottinghamshire, which had, until November last year, had some years of "just keeping it running" rather than developing the network. We currently have a 2003 domain running on 2k8 DCs (going to be moving over to 2k8 domain shortly), have quickly implemented some virtualisation, have just done some thin client work and am in the middle of installing a new phone system.
I've got an MEng in Cybernetics from Reading, but haven't done any of the recognised IT quals (yet). However, I spent a year working for a small IT firm in London as their Support/Deployment manager, and built a High Availability Hosted Exchange infrastructure for them (with BES), learned and worked with Asterisk PBX, and did a load of stuff with Linux (including rebuilding and reconfiguring a Hobbit box, whilst assessing Nagios at the same time - for what was required, Hobbit was a better fit for them), so think the experience counts!
I'm more than happy to pass on anything useful I know, and sometimes dabble slightly in code (currently trying to sort out a multithreaded server program with client so I can do logon tracking )
So that's a quick about me... and a "Hello"
Hi, I'm Alex.
I'm the Network Engineer for a large ISP company.
I am David.
I have recently moved to a secondary school in Birmingham from a sixth form college.
We were running vanilla XP but after moving to a new build we went for Vista and CC4 as the principle wanted it.
We are now using XP with CC3.
I hope i can hel anyone with any problems and vice versa.
Welcome aboard David I'm sure you will enjoy your time here fella,
I'm Matthew and work for HP. Hopefully I can provide some help where I can and hopefully learn a few things from you guys.
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