Hello, i am

Jamie Pleasants

A well-rounded IT Professional with expertise in many different areas spanning from network and server administration to web development, security compliance and most everything in between. Detail-oriented, analytical problem solver, proficient at providing technical solutions and maintaining professional relationships. Self-motivated and driven leader experienced with people resource management.

Jamie does not subscribe to the “jack of all trades, master of none” mentality. In today’s IT market, those who want to succeed must excel in many areas.

Server Admin

Windows Server and RHEL/CentOS have been a part of his life now for 8+ years. Familiar with Windows Server 2008-2019 with expertise in Active Directory, Group Policy, Exchange, Samba and more...

Project Management

Consolidates and applies his experience, knowledge and resources to project management excellence. Agile methodology and business relationship management are just parts of this skillset.

Network Admin

Depth of knowledge across the proverbial board with experience in enterprise firewalls, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), managed switching, Unified Threat Management (UTM) and more...

He just loves this field


Jamie has over 10 years of professional experience in the Information Technology field and has climbed the ranks from Tier 1 Support to Chief Executive Officer at SAM IT Solutions. He went to school for an AAS in Computer Science in 2010 and pursued a BS in Computer Science in 2019. He’ll give anybody in support and solutions implementation a run for their money!

Graphic design, web development and optimization are just some of his hobbies. He loves spending time with his wife, traveling and simply enjoying a picnic in the park.

jamie pleasants


…is the process of creating a software-based, or virtual, representation of something, such as virtual applications, servers, storage and networks. It is the single most effective way to reduce IT expenses while boosting efficiency and agility for all size businesses.


Network Admin

…responsibilities include network security, installing new hardware and applications, monitoring software upgrades and daily activity, enforcing licensing agreements, developing a storage management program and providing for routine backups, not to mention ensuring that it is up and running all the time.


network admin
cloud computing

Cloud Computing

…is the delivery of computing services—including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence—over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies of scale.


Server Admin

…role is to design, install, administer, and optimize company servers and related components to achieve high performance of the various business functions supported by the servers as necessary. This includes ensuring the availability of client/server applications, configuring all new implementations, and developing processes and procedures for ongoing management of the server environment.


server admin
leadership beacon


…isn’t about shining brighter than everybody else, but it is about being a beacon that guides those around you down the most appropriate path. Leaders have a vision and inspire everyone, and everything, around them to deliver – including themselves.

157 +
projects completed
10 +
years of experience

Experience matters

When you are dealing with any project, you need the best in terms of expertise. This is where his years of experience and flexible mental approach make a difference.


Kind words by clients

....and check out some of his skills below.
Windows Server 2008-2019
Security Compliance
Microsoft Azure / Office 365 Administration
Web Development

Technology is ever-changing and he feels there’s always room for improvement. Do you feel the same?

"Wow – Jamie! As you know, [Microsoft] Exchange is like blood and air for us, so your hard work and perseverance are truly appreciated."
Anne M.
"Thank you!! I can't say enough wonderful things about Jamie. He was fantastic!"
"Thank you so much Jamie, I understand that you do not have to support this [virtual] instance for us & you guys have been amazing..."
Robert G.

Get in touch. I'd love to get to know you!

The best way to build a network is to network. Let’s talk and maybe we’ll find some areas where we can help each other.