Keno Kozie Adds Desktop Architect to Experts on Staff
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Keno Kozie logoKeno Kozie Associates, Ltd., a leading provider of information technology design, service and support to law firms and legal departments, today announces the company has hired Renee Stallions to serve as its Desktop Architect. Stallions brings extensive experience and will be responsible for implementing and troubleshooting software applications for on-site clients across the nation.

Stallions’ responsibilities include analyzing, migrating and deploying applications and configurations to physical and virtual desktops; developing procedures and documentation to maintain user data and settings; ensuring security of computer networks; designing mobile access for multiple platforms; and analyzing business technology needs and system performance for clients.

Prior to joining Keno Kozie, Stallions worked at law firms in roles including Enterprise Applications Specialist, Senior Systems Analyst, Application Specialist, and Help Desk Supervisor.

“Renee is a great addition to our team,” states Barry Keno, president and founder of Keno Kozie. “Her past experiences and expertise make her the perfect candidate to provide our clients with high level technical support and knowledge.”

Keno Kozie specializes in working with senior members of law firm management on the provision of support services and the application of technology within the law firm to ensure the most effective IT environment for the firm’s professionals and support staff. Hundreds of law firms have entrusted their reputation and business to Keno Kozie’s team of IT experts and their more than 25 years of institutional experience.


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