IT Blog & Customer Resources - Practical Thinkers

10/23/14 at 12:35 am
My name is Justin Coleman and I am an Inside Sales Representative or ISR within Presidio’s North Region. Presidio gave me my first career opportunity straight out of college and I have been here ever since for the last 10 years. I work with a team of core Account Executives and Engineers and support their business including Managed Services in the greater Boston area.
06/26/14 at 08:52 am
My name is Adam Blomfield and I am a Collaboration Architect for the Presidio South Team in Oklahoma.  I’ve been working with Cisco’s collaboration technology for over twelve years and joined the Presidio team in 2006, Presidio is a great place for me because of the unrivaled team of colleagues and the diverse client base that I can help.
10/11/13 at 03:42 am
My name is Tony Kaperick and I am a Senior Account Executive at Presidio.
06/26/13 at 09:51 am
On the afternoon of May 20th, 2013, an EF5 tornado, with peak winds estimated at 210 miles per hour, struck Moore, Oklahoma and adjacent areas killing 24 people and injuring 377 others. The tornado was part of a larger weather system that had produced several other tornadoes during the previous two days.
04/03/13 at 05:39 am
My job is about being practical. When Presidio rolled out our new brand I could immediately identify with it as I consider myself a practical thinker. I enable the highly skilled engineering team including pre-sales, implementation, project management, and local managed services teams to meet the customer’s needs.
02/26/13 at 12:14 pm
My name is Jay Gilchrist and I am a Practical Thinker at Presidio. I am a Sales Manager for the Virtualization Practice in the North Area and am responsible for enabling our teams to be successful implementing virtualization solutions. In my opinion, virtualization is the most exciting field in IT. These solutions transform the way organizations deliver IT services. The virtualization solutions that Presidio implements transform IT infrastructures that make a big difference to our clients in how they do business. The real secret to successful adoption of virtualization is not necessarily the technology. It is the approach and design that is built around a very specific business function or an opportunity to improve it. Technology is only an enabler, not the solution.