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blogMy professional IT life started with ZAMIR (For Peace) BBS network in 1997. Project goal was to connect broken connections between people of former Yugoslavia during war time, by means of e-mail BBS system. It was golden time of IT when everything was simple, and still sky was the limit.
After my baby steps  I was employed by UN mission in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. In that time I took first steps in Lotus Notes, Active Directory and other Microsoft related system (there were really few back then). My experience and knowledge bloomed, and I also earned first Microsoft certified title MCP for Windows 2000.
After UN mission closed in 2003 I continue to work in IT sector for HT ERONET mobile telecommunication company. IT department was new, and it needed time and effort to start from scratch. Together with colleagues we developed really complex IT environment, with IT not just involved in internal IT service providing, but also involved in providing services to customers. In this moment I am team leader of system engineers in operations. My expertise is  Trendmicro antimalware products, Microsoft infrastructure services, System Center Configuration Manager & Operations Manager, SQL Server system administration, and last and not least , Active Directory services. This is my every day used skills.
Lately I am active in Microsoft community and organizing work of Hercegovina MScommunity (hercegovina.mscommunity.ba) . I give presentations on  Microsoft organized conferences in Bosnia and Hercegovina regularly . On first MSNetwork conference in 2011, I was pronounced best speaker in Community track of conference. you can founf my presentation on slideshare.

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