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Philip is a senior-level systems administrator for America’s largest telephone cooperative, Horry Telephone Cooperative, in Conway, SC. He primarily focuses on Microsoft technologies, VMware virtualization, blade servers, storage and infrastructure for the co-op. Philip holds certifications as a VMware VCAP-DCA, VCP on VI3, vSphere4 and vSphere 5 and a Microsoft Certified IT Professional. He is a technical jack of all trades, but has become an expert in vSphere, Microsoft technologies, IT infrastructure and the Macintosh.
Prior to HTC, he spent five years as consultant for many businesses in Myrtle Beach, SC, area – maintaining networks, servers, workstations and infrastructure and he also worked as the web applications manager for Coastal Carolina University and owned a successful web applications company.
You may also reach me at philip dot sellers at gmail dot com.
Jason Foxworth is a systems administrator for Horry Telephone Cooperative focused in application delivery and client virtualization. His responsibilities for the co-op are around Microsoft technologies including Windows Server, Active Directory, SCCM, Exchange, and Sharepoint, the Citrix portfolio of XenApp, XenDesktop, XenServer, and Netscaler and VMware products. Jason has certifications for Citrix XenApp 6.5, Citrix XenDesktop 7, and is a Microsoft Certified IT Professional. Prior to HTC, Jason worked as a customer technology consultant for a national retailer. Outside of technology, Jason enjoys fishing, hiking and the outdoors.
The opinions expressed here are strictly personal opinions authored by Philip Sellers or Jason Foxworth, employees of HTC (Horry Telephone Cooperative, Inc.) and/or its subsidiaries. Any reference to, discussion of, or content regarding HTC and/or its subsidiaries has not been reviewed, approved, or authorized by HTC and/or its subsidiaries before such content is posted and does not represent HTC and/or its subsidiaries or its views and opinions in any way.