Jon joined the I-Evolve Technical Services Team as a Systems Engineer in May 2014. His skills as a Systems Engineer include all Microsoft operating systems, Networking, Linux, SQL Database Servers, E-Mail and Web Servers and Information Security. Jon’s previous experience in customer service and quality assurance make him a great contributor to our team and we look forward to him expanding his knowledge and expertise.

What got you interested in technology originally? Is there a story behind it?

I have had a computer since I was 5 or 6 years old and always enjoyed using it. I really started to get serious about technology when my brother started going to school for computer programming and I would watch him work on his school projects. I studied Network Administration in college and have been hooked since then.

What is one of your hobbies outside your time at I-Evolve?

Outside of work, the majority of my time is spent with my kids – doing anything from sports practices to just hanging out and watching movies together. Other than that I am just a huge sports fan so I spend most of my time when I’m not with my kids watching sports.

What big change in technology have you seen since you started in the field?

I am relatively new to the field of technology as far as my professional career. I can say that in my lifetime, I have seen many major changes. My first computer ran on a DOS 3.3 operating system and I have had every version of Windows that has ever been released. It’s an exciting field to be in.

Can you share any success stories of something you’ve done for an I-Evolve customer that you’re particularly proud of the results?

I can’t say that there has been any one specific thing that stands out to me. I consider myself successful anytime I can help a customer solve whatever issue they are having. The jobs I enjoy the most are the ones where I need to research the issue and learn something new myself. I value any opportunity to learn new things and help our customers. After all, the best thing about technology, in my opinion, is that there is always something new to learn.