Jeff is the Director of Infrastructure Services for Lieberman Technologies. Some of his responsibilities include managing the team of system engineers that oversee network support and planning, network security, data backup and recovery, tech support, and hardware support for our business customers around the Tri-State.
Prior to joining Lieberman, Jeff owned and operated HomeNet Plus, LLC, providing custom designed solutions and services to small business clients in the Evansville area. Jeff has been involved in the IT industry since 1994 and has worked in a number of capacities including Network Engineer, Network Administrator, and IT Management.
Jeff has a Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics with a specialization in Electronics from Murray State University. He holds several professional certifications including MCSE, CNE, and CLP.
Recent Articles by Jeff
If you’re one of the millions who are using mobile devices to take their work with them, then you know how important it is to have a professional email presence no matter what device you use. Part of that presence is a professional signature that lets you send messages from your phone or tablet with the same contact information as your desktop […] Continue Reading
Sometimes, it’s the little things that can give us the most annoyances. As often as software gets updated, things that used to be common knowledge now have entirely new ways of getting done, and the way it used to be doesn’t apply. Something as necessary as changing your email signature, for example, gets lost in the shuffle of new menus and options. This […] Continue Reading
If you’ve been following the news recently, you’ve probably heard of the latest and nastiest instance of cybercrime out there today: Cryptolocker. Thousands of individuals and businesses worldwide have been hit with this scam, leading security experts to label it as the new reality in cybercrime. Cryptolocker is a class of malware known as ransomware, which infects a computer by restricting access […] Continue Reading
Ah, the joy and excitement of a new computer or cell phone. Shiny, new, pristine – a blank slate on which you will inscribe your personality and interests, on which you will create and communicate and learn and play, and on which you will put a lot of personal information. Processes will run faster, things will download more quickly, and you are […] Continue Reading
So, you got a new phone. And while you’re excited about your new gadget, with all of its fancy features and cool new case, you still have unfinished business with your old phone. Maybe you already have plans for your old phone. Maybe you’re going to pass it on to someone in your family, like your teen who’s been hinting at wanting […] Continue Reading
Unsolicited commercial email (UCE) is the digital junk mail most commonly known as spam. At the very least UCE is a nuisance, and at its worst an access point for viruses and malicious code. However you may view it, spam is an ever-present problem for most businesses and individuals. Considering that the volume of email worldwide is 144.8 billion messages per day […] Continue Reading