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Austin, TX
51 to 200 employees
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    Current Employee - Technical & Customer Support Engineer in Austin, TX
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    I have been working at StoredIQ full-time (More than 3 years)

    Pros

    I considered this a great place to work. There were a lot of incredibly smart folks to work with and learn from.

    Cons

    The main challenge was the disconnect between the employees and the executive staff. There also wasn't enough communication between the technical team and the sales team so, many times, sales were closed with the promise of non-existent features that would then have to be "built into the product" at the last minute.

    Advice to Management

    This company was acquired by IBM, so I suspect that things will change quite a bit from how it used to be run.

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    Application

    I applied through a staffing agency. The process took 1+ week. I interviewed at StoredIQ.

    Interview

    Phone interview with the hiring manager was followed up by an in-person interview with two senior coworkers, the support manager, the director of operations and a few developers. The interview process lasted for about 6 and a half hours and contained some work related quizzes/questions and simulations to test linux knowledge and troubleshooting skills.

    Interview Questions

    • There were many difficult questions that I believe were put in place to test an individuals ability to research, but one of the most unexpected situations that came up was a simulation that was given to remotely connect to a server (from a laptop that was provided) and troubleshoot some network communication issue that the server was having (between it and a few of its hosts). Unfortunately, not all packages necessary to complete the task were installed on the server machine (which didn't have internet access).   1 Answer
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