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Dan Sturgill

 Posted by DSturgill (#50) 780 days ago (Editorial)
Dan Sturgill, CEO of Live Virtual Help Desk.

Building our business, one partnership at a time!

Kindness, competence & integrity should mean more to us than power, position & money! Life is short, family and friends precious!

James Foxall

 Posted by HeatherL 487 days ago (Editorial)
James Foxall, President of Tigerpaw Software, has been involved in commercial software development for more than 20 years. He was instrumental in the development and creation of Tigerpaw’s core product, an award-winning end-to-end business automation tool, utilized by over 35,000 users in 28 countries. In the 20+ years since joining the company, James has helped transform Tigerpaw Software from a

Jay Epton

 Posted by HeatherL 489 days ago (Editorial)
For just under 10 years at Symantec, Jay Epton has been successful in various UK and European channel focused roles at Symantec, at the start of 2011 Jay Epton took responsibility for the MSP strategy for Symantec in EMEA. He not only managed to grow the Symantec MSP partner in EMEA base by 300% YOY but actually ensured that revenues grew a staggering 800% YOY for Symantec within 12 months.

Steven Cullen

 Posted by HeatherL 489 days ago (Editorial)
Steve Cullen is Symantec's senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing for SMB and Symantec.cloud. In this role, Cullen is responsible for managing Symantec’s SMB brand and creating brand awareness and preference across the customer segment; driving global and regional demand generation activities and lead pipeline management; and partner enablement programs for Symantec’s critical routes-to-mar

Brian Burch

 Posted by HeatherL 489 days ago (Editorial)
Brian Burch is vice president of Americas Marketing for SMB at Symantec. In this role, he leads the company's marketing efforts focused on helping the tens of millions of small- and medium-sized businesses in the U.S., Canada and Latin America protect the information that is the lifeblood of their business.

Nathan Codding

 Posted by NCodding (#50) 780 days ago (Editorial)
In early 1990’s Computers ABC was opened as a boutique IT training facility. Computers were expensive and few new how to use both end-users and mainframe IT showed up to take training courses. As time went buy Computers ABC grew to 3 locations. Training was the big thing back then, however as time went on computers got less expensive and more people started to buy. It lasted for several years

Nancy Williams

 Posted by NWilliams (#50) 780 days ago (Editorial)
Nancy Williams works for Cloud Services Depot as their Vice President - Community Relations.

Nancy is unique in the fact that she has thousands of long standing relationships in the SMB IT Community, however she is in no way a techie. She is known as the friendly face that enjoys working with people and finding ways to help them grow their businesses. (She also knows where all of the behind

Jamie Ferullo

 Posted by HeatherL 492 days ago (Editorial)
As director for sales for the Ingram Micro SMB Business Unit, Jamie is responsible for driving Ingram Micro’s vision and mission as it relates to the distributor’s SMB business. That entails identifying and assisting those SMB customers within the Ingram Micro ecosystem that can benefit from additional, intense counseling about potential growth opportunities within the SMB market. Jamie is part o

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