Support Technician II
Tony Clayton has a sixth sense when it comes to machines. A man of few words, he communicates with devices on a level mere mortals only dream of. In 2001, Tony landed his first IT job as a technician repairing desktops and servers. Today, the Linux lover has come full circle troubleshooting networks and software.
Tony joined Call the PC Guy in July, 2007, and watched the company’s client base grow from residential to business. He’s weathered all the storms - staff turnovers, lean times induced by the mortgage debacle, rebranding, reorganization. Through it all, Tony continues to perfect his craft, forever disassembling, forever reassembling, forever questioning how things work. No device is sacred in the laptop guru’s clutches – Vonage boxes, ham radios, scanners, printers, cell phones, you name them – all fall prey to Tony’s dissecting fingers and analytical mind. Despite all his hi-tech sensibilities, the avid camper can be surprisingly throwback, favoring old-fashioned razors over electric shavers, and agave over sugar.