Jason Hofferle has been an IT professional since 1997. His experience includes enterprise desktop engineering for a Fortune 500 financial institution and Active Directory design for local governments and law enforcement. Jason currently works for the Defense Contract Management Agency, where he implements new technology as a member of the Architecture/Infrastructure design team. He regularly speaks about Windows PowerShell at SQL Saturday and IT Pro Camp events in Florida, and frequently attends the Tampa PowerShell User Group. All views presented on this website are Jason’s personal views and do not represent the views of the US Department of Defense or its components.
“Force Multiplication through IT Automation” comes from the military, where a force multiplier is an attribute such as technology or experience that allows a small force to accomplish the same results of a force many times larger. In information technology, automation tools such as PowerShell allow an individual IT professional to be just as effective as a large staff performing tasks manually.