Michael Enyeart (pronounced "in-yert") I began my telecommunication career in the US Army Signal Corps from 1972-75 where I repaired tropospheric scatter microwave, multiplexing, and encryption systems. I joined the Indiana University (Bloomington) professional staff on Halloween 1977. I have worked as a television broadcast engineer for WTIU and WTTV, manager of the Kelley School of Business computing center, manager of campus data communications, and technical advisor to the IT AVP. During that time, I helped start up CICnet (regional IP network), continued strategic planning of university data networks, and managed a joint venture with IBM, called the Electronic School District project.
Around 1990, I became assistant director for university telecommunications and then assistant director for campus communication (telephone) services. Today I work as a senior technical advisor at Indiana University Information Technology Services where IU operates world-class networks through the Global Network Operations Center. My current research interest is IP network convergence. I have contributed to many projects, such as the Mobility Plan, the $170M Network Master Plan, document and content management systems, virtualization, campus cellular infrastructure, and emergency communications. I'm 35 years into a 40 year career at IU and still having a blast.
My personal interest includes involvement with local ARES, Skywarn, ARRL, and the American Legion Post 18. I have significant experience with military and civil command and control communication systems, and with weather RADAR systems. I hold 12 FEMA certifications in emergency management, including Incident Command System 400 certification. I am also active with several other Bloomington community volunteer activities, including providing Hospice care for patients and their families. Come rain or shine (but not heavy lightening), I try to spend an hour every day in the woods with my dog.
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