Local business celebrates staff certifications

Here’s the press release from TSAChoice:


Technology integrator TSAChoice, Inc., with offices in Asheville, NC and Greenville, SC announces that senior systems engineer Mike Harmon and network engineer Matt Smith both earned their VMware Certified Professional (VCP) certifications through VMware. VMware is the world leader in virtualization technology, with a presence in 96% of Fortune 1000 businesses and thousands of firms worldwide. VCP certification confirms that the engineer has the education needed to install, deploy, scale, and manage VMware vSphereTM environments. The certification requires a deep level of experience, knowledge of networks, and the vSphereTM platform itself.

Mike Harmon is a senior systems engineer and has been a valued TSAChoice employee for 17 years. Mike has accrued several other certifications throughout the years in addition to his VCP certification.

Matt Smith has been a valued member of the TSAChoice team for the past year. Along with his exemplary work as a network engineer, Matt also configures and maintains Access Control and Video Management systems for TSAChoice customers. In addition to his recently added VCP certification, Matt has an extensive list of professional credentials.

TSAChoice’s IT division is the region’s leader in designing, installing, managing and maintaining data systems both large and small. TSAChoice is the largest business technology integrator in Western North Carolina and expanded into Upstate South Carolina in 2011. TSAChoice’s more than 60 highly trained technology professionals and support staff deliver turnkey telephone, computer, network, audio-visual, and security solutions from a single source. For more information about TSAChoice, call (828)254-4464 or visit HYPERLINK “http://www.tsachoice.com” www.tsachoice.com.

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