Founded in 2001 and Incorporated in 2004, HyperDrive's Jeremy Olmen began the business by providing technical support to both non-profits and small businesses near his home in Decatur, Ga. Early in his career an article was written and published about HyperDrive in the Gwinnett Daily Post, Jeremy found that staying busy was not going to be a problem and HyperDrive has been in business ever since.
In 2009, HyperDrive decided to expand it's service offering by building out Managed Services plans focused on total infrastructure management versus typical break-fix support. 2010 brings another chapter with the implementation of Hosted Services to HyperDrive's lineup of offerings as well as the addition of Mike Walter to the team.
HyperDrive has been around for many years serving churches, ministries, non-profits and small businesses just like yours. From managing your existing network infrastructure to completely outsourcing your hardware, software, upgrades, etc (everything!) in a secure data center - HyperDrive loves serving you through technology.
Our Culture, Vision, and Values:
- Vision - To be America's premier technology company in the non-profit marketplace.
- Mission - To offer our clients safe and reliable technology solutions.
- Guiding Principles - Service, Teamwork, Accountability, Integrity, and Responsibility.
Mike Walter - Mike Walter brings vast knowledge to HyperDrive with a blend of executive, strategic, technical and operational roles. He graduated from Covenant College with a degree in Organizational Management. Mike has given presentations all over the country on security, technology trends, managed services and remains passionate about continually learning about technology, business and the industry. Mike is an active tennis player and wonders if he may have had a shot at Wimbledon if he had only started playing when he was a little younger!
Jeremy Olmen - Jeremy Olmen was a founding member of HyperDrive and has an amazing array of technical knowledge and expertise especially within the non-profit marketplace. He brings over 10 years of in-depth technical experience and is responsible for the company-wide technology development including infrastructure, engineering, research/development, and ensuring the quality of HyperDrive's product and service delivery. Jeremy once took 6 months off in 2006 to hike the entire Appalachian trail from start (Maine) to finish (Georgia)!