The Cloud Cometh

The cloud seems to be all anyone wants to talk about these days in the tech field. I presented on it at the annual meeting in San Francisco this past summer and I presented on it at the first annual Region 9 I.T. Conference last month. I’m not tired of talking about it because the cloud is the future for all Trusteeships. The jury is still out on which solution is best for you, some will advocate for a platform such as Microsoft’s Azure, and some will advocate for a custom private solution such as QC . . .

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Chapter 13 Standing Trustee for the District of Oregon (Eugene)

Naliko Markel has worked in the Chapter 13 world since 2002, getting his start working for the Chapter 13 Trustee’s office in the District of Oregon – Portland. He initially served as Business Case Analyst, and eventually transitioned to the role of Systems Manager. In 2010, he added management of the Modified Plans Department to his supervisory responsibilities. On January 1, 2015, Naliko was appointed as Chapter 13 Trustee in the District of Oregon – Eugene. He earned a B.S. in Finance from the University of Oregon and an M.B.A. from the University of Portland. Outside the office, Naliko enjoys spending time outdoors and playing sports with his wife and two kids, cheering on his Oregon Ducks, and gastronomical adventures of all kinds.

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