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I have worked with companies ranging from professional sports teams to state and federal government organizations . From High-Definition video production to network based biometric security , from web-based medical applications for the United States Army , to simple website design for your business . Give me a call and lets see how me and my team can help you and your organization.
Welcome to my website, ChrisScholl.com. Here you’ll find information and help regarding website design and the technology behind the internet. You’ll also find websites and video work done by me. Please take a look around and post a comment or two.
I started this company to help businesses build better websites. My team and I are dedicated to creating interactive, informative, professional multimedia that reflect the image and reputation of your business or idea. All website are unique, self managed, and molded around open-source Content Management Systems. This means that you edit the content of your website without digging into the code of the website. Lets build you a website today!
What I do…
A sysadmin unpacked the server for this website from its box, installed an operating system, patched it for security, made sure the power and air conditioning was working in the server room, monitored it for stability, set up the software, and kept backups in case anything went wrong. All to serve this webpage.
A sysadmin installed the routers, laid the cables, configured the networks, set up the firewalls, and watched and guided the traffic for each hop of the network that runs over copper, fiber optic glass, and even the air itself to bring the Internet to your computer. All to make sure the webpage found its way from the server to your computer.
A sysadmin makes sure your network connection is safe, secure, open, and working. A sysadmin makes sure your computer is working in a healthy way on a healthy network. A sysadmin takes backups to guard against disaster both human and otherwise, holds the gates against security threats and crackers, and keeps the printers going no matter how many copies of the tax code someone from Accounting prints out.
A sysadmin worries about spam, viruses, spyware, but also power outages, fires and floods.
When the email server goes down at 2 AM on a Sunday, your sysadmin is paged, wakes up, and goes to work.
A sysadmin is a professional, who plans, worries, hacks, fixes, pushes, advocates, protects and creates good computer networks, to get you your data, to help you do work — to bring the potential of computing ever closer to reality.
So if you can read this, thank your sysadmin — and know he or she is only one of dozens or possibly hundreds whose work brings you the email from your aunt on the West Coast, the instant message from your son at college, the free phone call from the friend in Australia, and this.