Most of you know me from Criticalsites or NTP Software since those are the two companies with which I have been associated for over a decade now.
This post is to tell you all that while I am still doing work with both of these companies they are now my clients rather than my employers.
CriticalSites and NTP Software have always been closely connected and with the huge success that NTP Software has been experiencing over the last couple of years, CriticalSites has shifted gears to be more of a services arm for NTP Software and has stopped taking on new clients that are not NTP Software clients.
I wanted to get back into development, training and security consulting work full time and so while I keep both NTP Software and CriticalSites as customers, I have left on the best of terms to pursue my interests through DTS.
DTS offers many of the same services that CriticalSites used to offer to New England companies. Some of you know that I actually started DTS before I co-founded CriticalSites and while not always my primary focus, it has been in business since 1994.
For many it won’t make any difference other than the company name on my name tag at conferences, but I figured it was worth a post to keep people updated.