Meet Tails, Our Pet of the Month

This month’s featured pet is Tails, a 2-year-old American Shorthair/Maine Coon mix belonging to Samantha Pryor of Gwinnett Children’s Shelter. Maine Coons are known for their large stature, but Tails is pretty small in comparison.

This handsome boy’s name comes from the Sonic the Hedgehog movie.

Meet Bevo, Our Pet of the Month

This good-looking fella belongs to Jeff Potter of Century Displays. Bevo is a 12-year-old Belgian Malinois (pronounced ma-luhn-waa) and was named after the University of Texas mascot (Hook ‘em Horns!)

The Malinois is a smart and loyal breed that was originally bred as herding dogs in the city of Malines in Belgium, hence the name.

Employee Resilience and Cloud Computing Rescues Puerto Rican Company in the Midst of Devastation

In 2017, Hurricane Maria unleashed a fury of destruction in Puerto Rico that had never been seen in the island’s recorded history. Almost 3,000 people died in the storm and its aftermath, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Mitch in 1998.

“I was in Atlanta but it was still a traumatic experience both on a professional and personal level,” said Janyra Perez.

Get to Know John Kavanaugh, Support Field Specialist

A quick, informal survey of John Kavanaugh’s teammates at MIS revealed that he is funny, energetic, helpful, personable and always willing to help others. Our clients will vouch for that, too. As one of our onsite support field specialists, he’s garnered a heap of praise from clients who have the pleasure of having him visit their offices and assist with technical issues.

Meet Yogi, Our Pet of the Month

My name is Yogi!  My mom, Debbie Copeland of Preferred Aviation Underwriters, thought Yogi was the perfect name for me.  I am a Yorkinese, which means that I am part Yorkshire Terrier and part Pekinese.  I am almost 2-years-old and I have lived with my mom and dad since I was only 9-weeks-old.

Get to Know Gareth Ludeman, Escalations Engineer

Gareth Ludeman joined MIS in 2017 as a member of our Help Desk support team. He has since moved up and now serves as an Escalations Engineer. In both roles, he consistently makes raving fans out of folks who call in for technical support. He is part of MIS’s South African team that solves a variety of IT issues that pop up for our clients.