Like many tech consultants, I began my computing career at an early age, tinkering with anything that involved wires, computer code, and a soldering iron. By the age of sixteen I was “that guy,” the kid who knew how to take apart and assemble computers, operate audio/video equipment, and write computer programs.
In 1995, I joined Spielberg’s Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation as a Desktop Support Analyst. Assisting 150 employees, I handled hardware and software upgrades, and user training on in-house and commercial software. After a year, I took on developing the campaign department’s Filemaker Pro relational database. My work was covered in the leading Filemaker Pro Database Developer journal.
In 1998, the Walt Disney Company brought me in as a System Administrator. The fast and furious pace of corporate information technology taught me many new skills and provided a great opportunity to manage large-scale network installations, migrations, and upgrades.
In the mid 90’s, I began helping friends with technology advice, computer repair, and application training. Once my client base reached the tipping point, I set out on my own and formed ZiB Consulting Group. That was twelve years ago. I’m proud to note that ZiBCG now works with 300+ clients and that we have expanded our services to include home theater installations, home automation & integration, mobile application development, and high-end website design and programming.
Zsolt I Bayor II
MCP, A+, Network+, MCSBS, MSCloud