Taneeco E.


Taneeco E.




United States

Area of Interest

Technology Careers

Career Area

Information Technology Operations


University of Houston

What I Do

I have more than 20 years of experience in data center operations, systems management, server/storage architecture, support and administration. Currently, I am a Technical Architect and Storage Architect with Accenture’s Technology Group and Data Center Transformation Team, where I focus on next-generation storage platforms and converged infrastructure solutions.

Throughout my career, I’ve developed an extensive background in strategic planning, design, implementation and operation of enterprise data storage solutions across various industries. With Accenture’s access to the world’s leading organizations, I have the opportunity to apply and grow these skills working with a variety of clients.

Day in my Life

Depending on the role, I may have the opportunity to enjoy project management, lead technical workstreams or interface directly with clients during the day—but working with Accenture’s global network is typically a constant aspect of my day.

Currently, I’m commuting to the Accenture office in downtown Houston, where I can work with my local staff and expand my Accenture network. Although client work, infrastructure architectural designs, technical environment deployments and implementations, has taken me to all four corners of the continental US, Canada, Europe and Asia!

At the end of my workday, I enjoy spending time with my two teenage daughters and family, weight training or any sports activity that will make me break a sweat.

Outside the Office

I strive to maintain a work and life balance where I can devote 100% attention, effort and enjoyment to/from both. My family and I try to take vacation twice a year, so we can all catch our breath from active lives. Once is always to some place new here in the States. The second is some place overseas to expand theirs (and my) world awareness. Five continents down, two to go. Oh, and a good night’s rest…all three hours of it.

My Advice
Do not take ‘life’ so seriously, that it takes away from having one.