Christopher Crisp:: Computer Guy

What started at twelve years old with a Commodore 64 and two 5.25″ floppy disk drives became a profession In 1995.  It was then that I began working as a computer technician for a small computer store in a small town in Central Washington.  I then moved to Southern Arizona and continued my career and education as a computer technician.  Shortly afterwords, I started working for a tech support outsourcer doing top-tier technical support for Microsoft, providing support for MSN, Windows 95, Internet Explorer, and Frontpage.

After perfecting my critical thinking and troubleshooting skills with a trial-by-fire (so to speak), I left Microsoft and furthered my adventures in computing.  Over the past 17 years, I have worked for major corporations, small businesses and have run my own computer business – GoTech911.  During this time I have learned many things and I have grown into many sub-fields of the computer industry and business providing me with the honorary and general title “Computer Guy”.  For friends and family, this essentially makes me the go-to-guy for everything digital.