Server Solutions, Inc.

Server Solutions, Inc.

Server Solutions, Inc. is a veteran-owned small business established in 1996. We have our own servers located in a high-speed, secure data center in Atlanta, Georgia, and lease dedicated servers in Delaware and California.

Vince Bishop


Vince worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) for 16 years as a Health Physicist before taking Server Solutions full time, which he help start in 1996. For the last nine of those years at ORNL he was the Information Technology manager for the Laboratory's health and safety organization. He and his team were responsible for desktop support for over 200 users, management of several application and file servers, and development of web-based applications to support radiological safety, occupational safety, dosimetry services, and nuclear facility safety operations.

His areas of expertise are Microsoft Windows 2000/2003 servers, ColdFusion Application Server, Javascript, MySQL, Oracle, and Microsoft Access databases, Excel spreadsheets, Cascading Style Sheets, XML, and Web Accessibility.

He is a certified ColdFusion developer, a registered Radiation Protection Technologist, and a member of the Health Physics Society.

In 2005 Vince retired from ORNL and moved Server Solutions to Florida's Forgotten Coast.  He also became part of the National Disaster Medical System (NDMS) for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), as a Logistics Officer supporting emergency medical teams during emergencies.  He has also authored a web-based application for material management and resupply for HHS.

Vince is very active in the community, currently serving as a Director for the Forgotten Coast Cultural Coalition and the South Gulf Volunteer Fire Department and a past director of the Gulf Alliance for Local Arts.  He is a volunteer firefighter and first responder in South Gulf County and a volunteer Captain for the Apalachicola Maritime Museum.  If he has any free time, he tries to get in as much cycling as possible, on and off-road.

He is also a veteran of the U.S. Navy, having spent 4 years as a reactor operator and chemist on a nuclear powered submarine.