Leadership Team

Jeremy Louise

Vice President Sales & Business Development

Jeremy Louise serves as Technical Support International’s VP of Sales and Business Development. In this role, Jeremy is responsible for all of TSI’s new business and plays a central role in the vision and overall strategic direction at TSI. His personal and professional experience growing up in the family business not only contribute to TSI’s continued success, but its emphasis on understanding SMB needs and the technology solutions needed to accomplish their objectives. Prior to his role as VP Sales, Jeremy earned his MBA from UIBS Belgium and his bachelor’s degree from Hobart College in Geneva NY. When not working with clients helping navigate today’s constantly changing technology landscape, he is out on the water fly fishing.

Jeremy Louise Stories

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TSI Employee Spotlight: John Bermingham

By Jeremy Louise | July 29, 2020
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John Bermingham joined the team in 2020 as TSI’s resident cybersecurity and compliance expert. Throughout his twenty-five years in the IT and cybersecurity industry as a US Airman and later on as a contractor, John has worked with a wide variety of government agencies and companies to include ACS Defense Inc., Lockheed Martin Corp., Northrop Grumman Corp., and several Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs). We connected with John…

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A 17-Year-Old Vulnerability Was Just Discovered in Windows Server. Here’s What You Need to Know Next

By Jeremy Louise | July 23, 2020

Meet SIGRed First “discovered” in July of 2020, SIGRed is a very particular type of vulnerability in the Windows DNS Server environment called an RCE, or remote code execution. This means that it can be triggered by an attacker with little more than a malicious DNS response. Believe it or not, it’s actually been around for 17 years and impacts all Microsoft O/S from Server 2003 all the way up…

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The Most Important Questions Your MSP/MSSP Should Know about the CMMC

By Jeremy Louise | July 9, 2020

1. Do they ‘practice what they preach’- Does your MSP/MSSP at least meet or exceed the same CMMC requirements that you need to follow? A: You’re only as strong as your weakest link…..It’s of the utmost importance that your MSP not only understand the complete set of CMMC requirements but that they’ve implemented at the very minimum, the comparable security controls that are being asked of you. Not only does…

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Budget Freezes, Covid-19, UFO Sightings & Killer Bees: Why There’s No Time Like the Present to Review Your IT Strategy

By Jeremy Louise | May 18, 2020
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By now, there are probably very few out there who haven’t felt the negative impact of the Coronavirus pandemic – something that is still keeping roughly a third of the world’s population on mandatory lockdown with no end in sight. In addition to dealing with a workforce that is suddenly remote, you’re also likely coming up against a variety of budgetary freezes that seem like they couldn’t have come along at a…

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Building Upon Company Culture Remotely

By Jeremy Louise | May 8, 2020

Everyone knew that working remotely was the way of the future… it’s just that most people probably didn’t realize “the future” would arrive quite as quickly as it did. According to one recent study, about 4.3 million people in the United States were already working from home at least half the time, a number that increased by an enormous 140% since 2005. But with the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic putting nearly three billion…

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Video and Web Conferencing Solutions Require Heightened Security Awareness

By Jeremy Louise | April 17, 2020

Over the last few weeks, more and more of our clients at TSI have quickly become comfortable with video and web conferencing solutions like Zoom – which is terrific. Still, we wanted to take this opportunity to remind you to stay up-to-date on all of the scams and vulnerabilities that are associated with these platforms, many of which are growing more common by the day. So many of these communications…

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