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Dylan Tracy

IT Professional Principal

Dylan began working with Franklin OIT in 2012.  Before transitioning to Franklin OIT, Dylan was employed at UGA Food Services as their Systems Administrator.  Prior to his affiliation with UGA, Dylan worked in K-12 IT support for ten years.  Dylan began with Franklin OIT as an IT Professional Associate, and accepted a promotion on north campus as an IT Professional Specialist in 2014.  In 2018, Dylan accepted a promotion as an IT Professional Principal at the Life Sciences support hub.  

Dylan has a bachelors degree in Technology Management from Georgia Southwestern State University.  His technical interests include Ivanti Endpoint Management, IT project management, client relations, Debian linux, PDQ Deploy, Powershell and batch scripting, and life cycle management.  His personal interests include family, motorcycles, cooking, and travel. 

 

 

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Dylan began working with Franklin OIT in 2012.  Before transitioning to Franklin OIT, Dylan was employed at UGA Food Services as their Systems Administrator.  Prior to his affiliation with UGA, Dylan worked in K-12 IT support for ten years.  Dylan began with Franklin OIT as an IT Professional Associate, and accepted a promotion on north campus as an IT Professional Specialist in 2014.  In 2018, Dylan accepted a promotion as an IT Professional Principal at the Life Sciences support hub.  

Dylan has a bachelors degree in Technology Management from Georgia Southwestern State University.  His technical interests include Ivanti Endpoint Management, IT project management, client relations, Debian linux, PDQ Deploy, Powershell and batch scripting, and life cycle management.  His personal interests include family, motorcycles, cooking, and travel. 

 

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