With over twenty five years in IT, Harold Dyck is a serial entrepreneur and thought leader in the Microsoft technology market. After attending Queen's University in Ontario, Canada, Harold spent several years at IBM then moved on to work as a pre-sales engineer at Microsoft After several years of progressive success with Microsoft, he started MessageWise, a provider of enterprise management software solutions, which he subsequently sold to Quest Software (Nasdaq: QSFT) in 2000. Following the sale of MessageWise, Harold was Entrepreneur-in-Residence (EIR) at Venture Coaches, where he reviewed and assessed investment opportunities in a range of technology startups. In 2003 Harold co-founded Silect Software where he continues to serve as President & CEO leading its business and execution strategy. Harold spends his free time with his wife and 4 children, is an avid hockey player and golfer and enjoys playing bass in a classic rock band.