To some it has come as a surprise, to most, I believe that you have always known that I would move on someday. The surprising thing is that I am actually leaving MTS. This was one of the toughest descisions that I have had to make in my life. Everything in my life seemed to be building to some sort of culmination….I’m pretty much done all that I came to do here at MTS, basically the elimination of the use of spreadsheets for normal business operations (for BICS). My personal business has grown to the point where I have no life in the evenings and weekends.

Do I stay with MTS, the safe bet, I know exactly where I’ll be in 5, 10, 15, and 25+ years. I could have a good Pension, really good salary, stability, and the peace of mind that the company will always be there. But you see, that’s not exciting enough for a 25 year old. I’m young now, I need to take risks now. Even if it means losing everything, I could not live my life wondering what would have happened if I had taken that jump, that blind jump into the darkness.

So off into the darkness I forge. The closer I get to it, the more excited and scared I am. The Unknown is out there, no concrete walls live here.

Most of all, I will miss all of you, the people, at MTS. I have never worked in a workplace that has held as professional and friendly an atmosphere as this one.


Cian Whalley
MTS DNS Manager
MTS Abuse Manager
MTS Internet Specialist

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