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We are very pleased to announce Mike Wilson has rejoined the Databranch team as our new CTO.

Please join us in welcoming Mike to the team and learn more about him below!

Education

AAS Computer Information Systems – Alfred State

Professional Certifications

CompTIA A+, CompTIA Network+, Microsoft MCP, Cisco CCNA RS.

How did you get into the technology field?

My senior year of high school I worked at a small computer shop and decided I wanted to pursue a career in IT.     

When did you join the Databranch team?

I first joined the Databranch team in 2001, fresh out of college.  I rejoined the team in July of 2019.     

What do you like best about Databranch?

The team atmosphere.  Everyone is working together to provide great service. 

How would you describe your role at Databranch? 

My primary role is to oversee technical operations, ensuring our technical resources align to deliver consistent service levels and swift resolutions.  I also have the opportunity to work with clients as an Enterprise Systems Engineer. Overall, my position at Databranch can be summed up in 4 parts: Technical Leader, Manager, Colleague, and Technologist.

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

I utilize Smart Home devices and applications to make daily tasks easier and automated. 

How many computers do you own?

2

Hobbies

I love to golf, play hockey, and enjoy watching football on Sundays!

Kids

2

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