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Thomas (TJ)  Schoessow

Thomas (TJ) Schoessow

Thomas "TJ" Schoessow is Chief Technology Officer (CTO) at Cloud9 Real Time, an accredited Managed Service Provider (MSP) and licensed Intuit Commercial Host.At Cloud 9, TJ is responsible for establishing the company’s technical vision, ensuring adherence to technical standards and leading all aspects of technology development according to the company's strategic direction and growth objectives. His specific duties include leading the strategy for technology platforms, partnerships and external relationships, as well as building and managing the technology team.As head of Cloud9's IT department, TJ manages all company computers, servers, software, database management systems and related security.He oversees all company research and development efforts as well as special projects. He supervises software testing and information systems security and maintenance, as well as Web application and software development. He leads the company in anticipating and reacting to major technology changes, developing technology contingency plans to keep projects on track, and generating new products then facilitating their entry to market. TJ collaborates with the rest of the Cloud9 executive team to assess and recommend technologies in support of company needs.TJ has a reputation for adaptability, enthusiastic teamwork, impeccable service and doing a job right the first time.In his career, TJ has multiplatform experience and a hands-on background with proven skills in systems setup and optimization. He has demonstrated success in troubleshooting computer problems using comprehensive diagnostic procedures and performing installation/replacement of peripheral devices.Previously, he served as a senior network engineer and sales engineer, network administrator and network engineer at prominent San Diego-area firms.Thomas "TJ" Schoessow earned degrees in information systems at the University of Florida, Gainesville, and at the University of California San Diego (UCSD).