Andrew and EOP Field Notes
Andrew is currently a Support Escalation Engineer for Exchange Online and is based out of Canada. Dedicated and passionate professional with over 15 years of experience in IT consulting, support and operations. Expertise and in-depth technical skill set in Windows client and server, Active Directory, Microsoft SQL, Exchange, Office 365, MySQL, IIS, SCCM, SCOM, Hyper-V, Visual Studio (C#), PowerShell, and many others. Recognized for strong client relationships and exceptional communication abilities with diverse audiences.
I started this blog from my love of sharing knowledge. When I figure something out, or stumble upon something cool, I need to share it. This blog is the perfect medium for sharing content with a large audience. Thanks for following and reading!
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