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Paso Robles, CA, United States, 2008/02/15 - TekTegrity, an IT strategies and management company, is proud to announce that Ben Diringer, Senior Systems Engineer, recently earned a CompTIA Security+ certification.
According to comptia.org, “CompTIA Security+ validates knowledge of communication security, infrastructure security, cryptography, operational security, and general security concepts. CompTIA Security+ is recognized by the technology community as a valuable credential that proves competency with information security.” This certification adds to TekTegrity’s values of providing their customers with the highest integrity and competency with all employees that represent the company.
Diringer, a San Luis Obispo native, was originally hired at TekTegrity to consult in the development of TekTegrity’s proprietary Total Systems Management (TSM) platform. TSM runs on TekTegrity’s server which enables them to provide clients with proactive maintenance services from anywhere in the world.
Prior to his start at TekTegrity, Diringer worked for five years as an independent IT consultant and was employed for two years as a PC technician for Cuesta College.
In addition to being a key go-to person for advanced technical support, Diringer also provides expertise in various platforms including; Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X
He also is a Bank of America Scholar in Computer Science and has programming experience in various computer languages. Diringer says he enjoys working at TekTegrity because, “It’s a great opportunity to be able to work with complex systems. I love working for a new company watching it expand, having a direct influence and seeing the results of what I have contributed.”
Besides Total Systems Management, TekTegrity provides professional consulting services, hourly support agreements, a comprehensive backup solution called Priority Backup, and TekTraining, a new approach to technology training. TekTegrity serves businesses from Southern Monterey County to Northern Santa Barbara County and east into Bakersfield.