Timothy Sesow - Founder and CTO

Tim has 25 years of experience developing file systems and data archiving solutions.  Before founding OSS, Tim was the CTO at Colorado-based technology integrator Net Source.  Additionally, he led the nation wide team of sales engineers for MetaStor, then a division of LSI Logic.  He served as Vice President and General Manager of Titan Client Server Technology. Furthermore, Tim founded Automated Network Technologies in 1992, building it to a sizeable business that he sold to Qualix Corporation in 1996 (subsequently acquired by Legato and later EMC).   Tim has received numerous awards from organizations, such as the CIA and Martin Marietta. Tim is a graduate of West Virginia University and a Distinguished Alumni Academy Member.

Chuck Larabie - Founder and EVP Sales and Marketing

Chuck has over 25 years experience in technology sales, with a significant amount of time spent promoting optical technology into both the medical and broadcast markets.  Prior to founding OSS with Tim, Chuck was Vice President of Sales for Asaca Shibasoku Corporation of America, a manufacturer of DVD and Blu-ray automation products.  Additionally, Chuck was Vice President of Sales for e-Systems, a developer of Digital Asset Management software. Prior, Chuck was Director of Federal Sales for Vangard Technologies, a storage and system integrator in Colorado.  He has served as a consultant to TDK, Sony and Panasonic on data archiving.

Mike Hardy - VP Business Development

Mike has over 22 years of technology experience, including time spent at both storage manufacturers and breadline resellers.  Prior to joining Infinidisc, Mike ran a $40M sales region for a national technology integrator.  He previously ran business development for Mimosa, an email archiving company, primarily focused on developing relationships with storage manufacturers.  Previous roles included Vice President, Americas channel sales at Quantum, and Vice President, marketing and business development at Chaparral Network Storage.  Mike began his career defining and marketing Unitree, the first storage management platform for the open systems market, during which time he participated in writing early versions of IEEE standards for storage management.  Mike has a degree in computer science for University of California, San Diego.



At A Glance

Why Archive
How It Works
Security and Encryption
For Resellers