Sam Gill, Ph.D.
Phone: (415) 338-6240
Wed: 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.via Zoom (FALL 2023)
Faculty Site URL: https://faculty.sfsu.edu/~sgill/
- Professor Emeritus (emeritus status granted 2013), San Francisco State University, Lam Family College of Business, 1981
- Founder and Director, Center for Business Solutions (CBS), Lam Family College of Business San Francisco State University, 2004 - 2008 (CBS is a Research and Service Organization (RSO) with a goal to provide college students majoring in business administration with high value "real world" in the various disciplines of business.)
- Senior Trainer and Consultant, Innovative Solutions Inc., 2004
- Develop and deliver courses on all Microsoft technologies and advanced products such as .NET, C#, VB, BizTalk, SharePoint, and SQL Server.
- Chair, Information Systems Department, Lam Family College of Business, San Francisco State University, 2003 - 2006
- Co-founder and Vice President, DataWiz International, 1988-1999
- DataWiz was a software consulting and training company and the first Microsoft Certified Education Center (CTEC) in the world. Dr. Gill received the highest award for Microsoft trainers worldwide.
- Co-founder and VP Engineering, Synergy Computer Graphics, 1984-1988
- Designed and developed the first single pass wide web color electrostatic plotter. Awarded two patents for the design of the system.
- Consultant, Schlumberger, 1983-1984
- Consultant, Compression Labs Inc., 1981-1982
- Director of Computing, Tel-Aviv University, 1977-1981
- Assistant Professor, Tel-Aviv University, 1975-1977
- Computer Center Manager, San Francisco State University, 1971-1972
- Software Manager, Control Data Corporation, 1967-1970
- Software Manager, Israel Ministry of Defense, 1961-1967
- M.B.A. (1972), San Francisco State University
- Business Intelligence
- Information Technology Resource Management
- Software Testing and Quality Assurance
- Business Process Management
- Open Source Web Design and Development
- Software Project Management
- Management of Information Security