Chris Larkin

Chris Larkin

Chris is an accomplished Senior Sales Consultant and technology specialist who has several years of business, sales, and marketing experience. In his six years of working in the industry, Chris has become an expert in IaaS problems and solution, as well as cloud and dedicated hosting.

Educated at the University of Memphis where he graduated Summa Cum Laude, Chris completed a Bachelor’s Degree in 2006, this education allowed him to become highly adept at problem solving and apply that to complex solution selling. He’s also a skilled hosting solution architect and built a book of business from $35,000 a month to over $900,000 a month in recurring revenue in five years.

Above all, Chris is known for his energetic personality, his passion for his work, and his never-ending source of energy. He challenges his clients to always look at the big picture, and he thrives on interacting with others and creating and maintaining new client relationships.

In his spare time, Chris enjoys music, spending time with friends, and the occasional tennis match.

Articles by Chris Larkin

May 15, 2009
Chris Larkin

I recently took the plunge and signed up for a Twitter account more out of curiosity then anything else. I had heard a lot about it and people I know had Twitter accounts, but I did not really see much of a use for it as a tool to use at work. So, at first […]

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May 27, 2008
Chris Larkin

E2200 versus the E6320, which is better? Which processor is better depends a lot on your definition of better. The E2200 is clocked at 2.2GHz and slightly outperforms the E6320 which is clocked at 1.86GHZ. This slight performance boost does come at a price though. The E220 runs hotter than the E6320 and as such, […]

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Apr 17, 2008
Chris Larkin

There are several factors that one needs to consider when deciding between Microsoft SQL server 2005 Standard Version and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Workgroup edition. There is a vast pricing difference, per processor, $220.00 per month for the Standard version and $55.00 per month for the Workgroup version, so I will be examining the major […]

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Apr 2, 2008
Chris Larkin

We have recently re-introduced our Pentium D 945 machines and because we have had a lot of questions about them, I wanted to go into some of the big differences between that Pentium D 945 and the Core2Duo E6320, which we have already been offering for a while. On the face of it, the P-D945 […]

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