Evolve Technologies CEO Dave Sobel Joins Server Virtualization Advisory Board

Evolve Technologies, a company that specializes in providing information technology solutions for the small business, faith-based and nonprofit communities in the D.C. Metro area, announced today that CEO, Dave Sobel, has joined TechTarget’s new SearchServerVirtualization.com Server Virtualization Advisory Board.

Sobel was selected for his extensive knowledge on the subject including the recently published book, “Virtualization: Defined. A Primer for the SMB Consultant,” and his successful blog, SMBvirtualization.net. Sobel is an active member of the Heartland Technology Groups in the U.S. and Europe, serving as a founding member of HTG5 and a facilitator for HTG11.

  • As a member of the Server Virtualization Advisory Board, Sobel will provide guidance meant to focus the publication’s virtualization news coverage and expert tips.
  • The Server Virtualization Advisory Board consists of systems administrators and consultants specializing in server virtualization technology.
  • Other members of the board include: Jack Kaiser, Vice President of Business Development and Marketing, International Computerware; Rob McShinsky, Senior Systems Engineer, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center; CJ Metz, Senior Systems Administrator, Orange County United Way; Eric Siebert, Senior Systems Administrator, Boston Market; Shannon Snowden, Consulting Partner, New Age Technologies; and Rick Vanover, Systems Administrator and virtualization expert.

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  1. linda couch says:

    As a soon-to-be ex-client of Evolve Technologies, I wish Dave would have opted to spend less time writing and networking and more time managing his company.

  2. albunkMub says:

    My computer worked not correctly, too much mistakes and buggs. Please, help me to fix buggs on my PC.
    I used Windows XP.


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