George has over 20 years of consulting and technology experience. In his current role, George is responsible for growing and delivering the infrastructure practice in the Texas and surrounding regions. He leads a team with a wide range of technology disciplines to solve complex business and technology challenges. Strategic area of focus/expertise include IT Managed Services, business continuity and disaster recovery, strategic technology roadmaps, and outsourced chief technology/information officer services. Tactical areas of focus/expertise include server and pc hardware/software, vitalization platforms, hyper converged infrastructure, LAN/WAN/wireless, firewalls, unified communications, Active Directory, datacenters, SAN/NAS, and cloud based solutions.
Prior to joining RSM in 2019, George lead operations for a technology company specializing in voice communications. He helped successfully build a managed service practice and served on the leadership board of the Avaya Partner Community Council. He also spent time as a voice engineer for a large Oil and Gas organization where he ran the telecom system for over 12,000 employees nationwide. George began his career as an IT administration for a small locally owned bank.
George’s experience includes the following:
- Cloud strategy and migration for email, on premise servers, and applications
- Virtual infrastructure design and migration
- Cloud voice strategy and communication solutions
- Operational structure and process improvement ï Technology infrastructure assessments and roadmaps
- Technology strategy and guidance
- Team leadership and organization planning
- Business continuity/disaster recovery planning
- Vendor and contract management Professional affiliations and credentials Cisco Meraki Sales
- Certifications ITILv3 Foundation Avaya MidMarket, Enterprise, and Collaboration Sales and Design Certifications VSP – VMware Sales
- Professional Education Master of Business Administration, University of Central Oklahoma Bachelor of Business Administration, Management Information Systems, University of Central Oklahoma