Rob was born in San Diego, CA . His father was in the military so that allowed Rob have the opportunity to go live in Japan when he was 3. Working with computers is something he started doing at a very young age. By the time he entered kindergarten he was already working with DOS Programs. While he was in Japan, he was able to enjoy the unique cultural experiences, such as attending a festival at a real Japanese castle and a trip to South Korea for the Olympics. Fun fact, he was in a Japanese commercial in 1988!
He and his family moved back to San Diego when he was 9 and he spent the rest of his early childhood there enjoying the sun, surfing, and off-roading in the desert. His dad taught him new computer skills and even introduced him to networking by involving him in the creation of their home’s LAN.
He moved to Washington in 2004. He worked many different occupations until 2013 when he realized that he could still go back to school, there’s no age limit! He began going to Olympic College for his Associates of Applied Science in Computer Information Systems, with a focus on networking and information security. He did so well that he decided to run with it and continued on to earn his Bachelors of Applied Science in Information Systems, graduating in 2017 and then he joined the Help Desk Cavalry family.
He spends his free time with his wonderful family, he enjoys playing PC games, playing the harmonica, karaoke, hiking with his dog, and reading. He tries to help the community when he has the opportunity with his busy life by making computers for Olympic College and helping their film club with projects.
Quote to live by:
I, not events, have the power to make me happy or unhappy today. I can choose which it shall be. Yesterday is dead, tomorrow hasn’t arrived yet. I have just one day, today, and I’m going to be happy in it.
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Microsoft Office 365 includes many features that increase productivity, allow for collaboration, and open lines of communication within an organization, but one of the most under-utilized is Skype for Business. Most users recognize that Skype for Business can be used as a handy chat program, with file sharing and group conversation capabilities, but one of the most powerful features built in to the program is the ability to host and attend video conferences. Skype for Business allows for meetings to […]
One of the most common requests that we at Help Desk Cavalry have received over the years is for a solution to consumer grade wireless networks. Our clients want a solution that can support a lot of traffic, is scalable to any business size, and can provide coverage to even the largest floorplans. After researching the various options available, we determined that the Ubiquiti UniFi Wireless System is the best possible solution for any client who wants a scalable, stable, […]
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Part two of our company structure… We have three core divisions within Help Desk Cavalry. These divisions are Remote Services (a.k.a. Help Desk Team), Onsite Services (a.k.a. Project Team), and System Services (a.k.a. Behind the Curtain Team). Last month, we discussed the Help Desk Team. This month, we want to share a little more about our Project Team. Our Project Team are the people you see at your office, hence the Onsite Services. This Team focusses on sales, onboarding new clients and […]
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Paste the plain text of what was copied When you copy text from any source, programs will usually include any formatting that comes with it. To paste this as plain text, press Ctrl + Shift + V instead of the standard Ctrl + V, and the system will paste unformatted text. This also works on Mac: Cmd + Shift + V. Note that many but not all programs follow this parameter, particularly Microsoft programs like Word or Outlook don’t, which […]