IT Division hires help desk consultant, system administrator
NDSU’s Information Technology Division has hired Neil Brock as a help desk consultant in the Information Technology Services department and Jason Eide as a system administrator in the Enterprise and Computing Infrastructure department.
Brock has extensive experience providing information technology support in the education field. He was a member of the help desk team at the University of Minnesota for more than 10 years. He also worked for the non-profit organization eMINTS National Center at the University of Missouri. At eMINTS – enhancing Missouri’s Instructional Networked Teaching Strategies – Brock provided technical support for teachers, students and staff in the Missouri Virtual Instruction Program, a virtual K-12 public school. Before coming to NDSU, he was a computer support specialist for Clay County, Minn. He earned a bachelor’s degree from Montana State University.
Eide has more than 20 years of experience in the information technology field. Before coming to NDSU, he was employed by PRACS Institute in Fargo as application team lead and later as information technologies manager. He also worked in the banking industry, providing support for hardware, applications and systems at both the Bank of the West and Community First Technologies, Inc. Early in his career, Eide was director of information technology at North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton. Prior to that, he provided computer support for NDSU Extension Services. He earned a bachelor’s degree from NDSU.
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