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18Apr

Introducing Brad Murphy: New CTO

Education:

Master of Business Administration – Saint Bonaventure University 2011

Bachelor of Science, Computer Science – Saint Bonaventure University 2008

How did you get into the technology field?

I have always had an interest in technology. I took my first PC apart when I was 13 and have been into technology ever since.

When did you join the Databranch team?

I joined the Databranch team on March 1st, 2022

What do you like best about Databranch?

The team. We have an amazing group of highly skilled professionals on board. Working with our team to provide technology solutions for our customers is very rewarding.

How would you describe your role at Databranch?

I work with the team to ensure that we put together the best technology solutions, service, and support for our customers. As technology is an ever-changing field, staying on top of security, best practices, and the most efficient solutions for all technology needs is a major a focus.

What’s an interesting way that you use technology in your personal life?

We take advantage of smart home technology to listen to music, news, and turn things on and off.

How many computers do you own?

We have 3 desktop PCs, a laptop, and a chrome book. We also have 5 smart phones.

Hobbies:

I enjoy spending time with my family, traveling, cooking, and rooting for our favorite football team. I also have an extensive tool collection that I like to use for home projects or repairs.

Kids:

We have three amazing kids. Ethan, Anna, and Lillian.

Pets:

Roland (Black Labrador), Gracie (Golden Retriever), Snickers (Guinea Pig) and Jett (Guinea Pig)

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