GSW Names Stephen Lindsey to GSW SSH Server for Windows Support Team

Georgia SoftWorks (GSW) announces the addition of Stephen Lindsey to the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and SSH Server for Windows Support Team.

Georgia SoftWorks, developer of the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and SSH Server for Windows welcomes Stephen Lindsey to its Support Team. Lindsey completed his undergraduate degree at the University of Oklahoma and earned a Bachelors in Advertising Design and Graphic Arts. He then attended Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia as a Network Administration Specialist in Information Technology. He has over 10 years of experience in Active Directory and Network Administration, as well as experience in SSH, Exchange Server and much more.

Georgia SoftWorks is a software development company located in Dawsonville, GA (USA) and has received global recognition for its development of the industrial grade GSW SSH Server for Windows. The GSW software is used in thousands of data collection environments around the world and has end users and resellers on every continent except Antarctica. GSW software is used in almost every industry, including automobile factories, airlines, soft drink manufactures, pharmaceutical companies and more.

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“Stephen is a professional and friendly businessman with a lot of experience. He will be a strong addition to the GSW team,” said Matt Kittrell of Georgia SoftWorks.

Lindsey brings a variety of skills that will be an asset to the Georgia SoftWorks team. He has a robust understanding of networking, Microsoft operating systems and applications, telecommunications, customer support and hardware, which will be useful in his Georgia SoftWorks work. He most recently founded a consultancy based around networking and VOIP support, where he configured hardware and software related to all aspects of communication.

“I am quite pleased to be working with such a great team! Everyone is so knowledgeable and helpful. The products are innovative and the environment is positive,” said Lindsey.

Posted in What's Happening on Jun 30, 2016

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