OK, so we took some time to get here…

…but hopefully it’s better late than never.

After several years of working in technology for the Department of FInancial Aid at Valdosta State University – and THEN going straight from there to continue working into the wee hours of the morning – I decided to make the jump to full-time IT support for the small businesses in the surrounding area.It’s been a long time coming, and I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I am a little bit nervous about the future, but all signs were pointing to “go” and I can’t ignore it anymore. I had no idea starting out that the need for small businesses to have affordable and responsive technical support was so great, and that’s a need that can’t continue to go unfilled… so enter Greyman Industries. I look forward to getting my name out in the surrounding community and helping the small businesses improve their technology situation.I want to say thanks to the clients that have been a part of Greyman for some time now for sticking with me even though I was only able to dedicate part-time attention to you. I look forward to serving you now with renewed energy and focus!

Aaaand for those of you that may have just been passing through

Get in touch! I’d love to be your IT department and I’m always happy to hear from you.

GmI 2.0 is live…

Well, it’s been a long time coming and it’s not at all done (whose project ever is, right?) but WELCOME to our new home! There is already some new functionality baked in – current clients can sign up for email updates to get important status changes like scheduled maintenance, new features, and the like. However, that’s just the beginning!

We’ve migrated this site and all of our back-end operations (fascinating stuff like accounting, task automation, and the like) to an upgraded server and are in the process of getting a more streamlined approach to working with our distributed infrastructure in place. In the coming months we plan to build and implement a client sign-up feature that will allow centralized access to your accounts, webmail, and other services we offer, and because of the ease of updating you should see a lot more changes much more often than in the past.

Long story short, we’ve laid the framework for a much more flexible and scalable system, and we look forward to using that extra bandwidth to continue to expand our offerings to the community and improve what we currently offer. Thanks to all our clients for reading and for being a part of south Georgia’s up and coming web gateway!