Jason Dettbarn says he leveraged the knowledge gained from his FIU undergraduate and graduate degrees in computer science to create his company, Addigy.
When Jason Dettbarn completed his FIU bachelor’s degree in computer science in 2002, he worked in the Knight Foundation School of Computing and Information Sciences and co-created a campus wide platform called AIRS (automated IP registration system). The platform managed the connectivity of every computer and phone across all FIU campuses. The system was used for about 15 years and was the backbone for technology on campus.
After earning his master’s degree in computer science in 2013 and working at companies including Motorola, Dettbarn noticed a large gap in organizations being able to manage Apple devices (Apple Macs, iPhones and iPads). Addigy was born.
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