Staff

Brian Koch

Brian Koch

Brian has been involved in the telecom and IT industry for many years, maintaining a number of positions including Optical Test and Certification Engineer, Director of IT and Vice President of Technical Services. He holds numerous professional certifications from Microsoft, Citrix and Cisco. In addition to being a seasoned veteran in the IT industry, Brian is also a proud US military veteran.


Esmeralda Rivera

Esmeralda Rivera

Esmeralda is the glue that keeps everything together. While she juggles multiple hats throughout the day. The majority of her time is spent doing marketing, accounting, HR and general office duties. Without her the wheels will not continue to move.


Chris Nelson

Chris Nelson

Chris is a virtualization thought leader with a keen understanding of HIPAA compliance. With more than 20 years in the IT/IS field, he has held positions ranging from IT Manager to Director of Information Technology. He’s a published author of articles appearing in publications like Technet and VMware. Chris holds a VMware VCP certification.

Chris’ areas of focus is in virtualization, VMware, storage, and active directory. He spends his time creating strategies for companies looking to move to the cloud. Whether he is designing private or hybrid clouds or advising about public cloud implementations, he is the man when it comes to cloud computing.


Kenny Hollis

Kenny Hollis

If you wanted to spend an entire day (or even a week) discussing routing vs. routed protocols, Kenny is the man. He has been a shining star in some of the most demanding and commanding positions within large enterprise companies like, Cisco, T-Mobile and with Silicon startup companies like Mahi Networks.

Throughout his career Kenny’s primary focus has been on switching and routing. He has worked on building and testing switching and routing equipment and networks using protocols such as MPLS, BGP, ISIS, IGRP, EIGRP and OSPF.

As our in-house CCIE – (he is Cisco CCIE certified) – Kenny typically spends his days working on global networking architecture projects. You may also find him knuckling down on traffic engineering or troubleshooting projects. Either way, if you want to move a packet from Dallas, Texas, to Tokyo Japan, Kenny is the best man for the job.