Greenfield has over 40 years of experience in the IT field with a career focus on large financial corporations on the area of wireless technology.
Greenfield’s IT career started in the U.S. Navy as a Data Processing Technician stationed onboard the USS Mars, located in Sasebo Japan. During his military duty Greenfield worked on various military IT projects, one that honored him with the Navy Commendation Award. When his military time was over, Greenfield obtained his Associate of Science degree from Davenport University and then his Bachelor of Science from Aquinas College. While attending college, he took first place in Michigan and fifth place in the U.S. in a nation wide IT competition. Mike began his civilian work as a Cobol and Delphi developer, then an Analyst and eventually managing over 50 critical Novell networks. He has been a Unix Administrator and a Sybase Database Administrator for over 10 years. In 2003, shortly after Canopy’ introduction, Greenfield started a Wireless Internet Service Provider Corporation based entirely on the Motorola Canopy product line.
Greenfield has worked on IT projects for corporations like Fifth Third Bank, Foremost Insurance, Seidman & Seidman, and Meijer corporation. As a consultant, he has been retained by Yamaha and Savin corporations to manage their Unix Networks. In his wireless business, clients range from local corporations to residential homes. Projects include point-to-point bridges, secured WiFi networks, voice and data links, and point-to-multipoint networks.
Besides Cambium products, Greenfield has taught, or consulted-on, a variety of subjects including: Unix and Microsoft Networks, Microsoft Operating Systems, SQL and Delphi programming.