Hello, my name is Jeremy Ano. I am a native of the Atlanta area, with family going back many generations here. I am a second generation IT professional, which is really funny considering I always told my Dad I would never work on computers. You know how those “I will never” statements turn out.
Prior to entering the IT field, I worked in various sales and service positions. Starting in the late 90’s I worked for a company designing multimedia server solutions including Video on Demand and Patient Education systems for hospitals and medical facilities. The systems I helped build consisted of custom-built, rack-mounted servers with telephone, LAN and Coax interfaces.
Just before Y2K, I joined the Red Baron’s Antiques team as a web-developer. As a world-renown company, Red Baron’s provided many great opportunities including an article featured in Opulence Magazine. Other highlights
included producing a complete website, auction catalogs and live auction streaming via the Internet. You may have seen Paul Brown, Cindy and others on their Auction Kings TV show.
In 2001, I joined the Atlanta-area CPA and Consulting Firm, Moore Colson as an IT Consultant. Moore Colson was an excellent firm to work with and provided an opportunity to expand into network design and support. I highly recommend them to Metro-Area businesses seeking CPA and financial services.
In 2004, I co-founded Atlanta IT Services as a Microsoft Certified Professional and an A+ Certified Technician. Read more about Atlanta IT Services here.
My wife, Alesia and our two children attend Burnt Hickory Church of Christ in Marietta. In 2007, we traveled with my Dad and his church group to Israel on a 10 day Holy Land tour. Over the past 20 years as a member of Burnt Hickory, I have served in the Worship Presentation / Media Booth, led High School Sunday School, worked in the Children’s Worship ministry and now teach 3rd grade Sunday School.
My hobbies include performance cars, audio, music, guitar, photography, theology, traveling, genealogy and movies.