Craig started his career in Information Technology in 1988, working for a small software house in Hobart, writing customised programs in DataFlex, for the retail and service industries.
In late 1989, he moved to Melbourne to further his career in IT, which gave him his first exposure to networks and networking. He worked as a programmer on a variety of DataFlex projects including job scheduling and donor management systems until 1995.
He was based in Melbourne from 1989 to 2005, working on a variety of roles, mostly in the private sector but with some government work too. He worked for a year in London from September 1999 to gain some work experience overseas, returning to Melbourne in September 2000.
In the early 2000s, he worked with SMS, Citrix MetaFrame and Windows 2000, having had a major role in the deployment of various Windows 2000 networks, and working within MetaFrame environments.
Later on during his time in Melbourne, he worked extensively with Windows 2003, Exchange 2000/2003 and Citrix MetaFrame XP in a support and project capacity. In early January 2006, he moved to Canberra to take up a contract there and now calls Canberra home.
Since the very early days, he was always been called on by family and friends for all their technology stuff. “Craig, can you please fix my computer?” So finally in 2012, he decided that he would start his own business full time. Not only is he doing something that he loves but he is helping out people and that gives him a lot of satisfaction.