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We cover the news in the Open Source Movement in software and hardware development for the good of the humanity.The people and ideas that make this Movement great.
Cubrimos las noticias en el Movimiento de Código Abierto en el desarrollo de software y hardware para el bien del pueblo humanity.The e ideas que hacen de este gran movimiento.
How we became a Tech firm:
Join us Wednesday 11am PT on Arron the Legal Guy to hear on how our firm was formed in a basement in San Francisco, Ca in 1997, and later set-up shop in Sacramento and it's surrounding communities. We've grown steadily, one customer at a time, from Small Businesses to State Government to Consumers, seeking help with their technology.
What we believe in:
The value of an IT Consultancy/Integrator/Dealer is it's knowledge, skill set, integrity, and their ability to reduce the clients pain points, and seek the best solution to solve nagging IT problems. We follow a simple program as stated below.
Upgrade our skills
Use our resources
And partner across the industry
To make you and your shareholders happy.
Ant. We stand ready to help you with solutions that keepyou operating without missing a beat.
Every product and service we offer helps to solve real business problems, our partners are many from hardware to software, that are innovative, and time tested in the marketplace. We are Authorized dealers/resellers representing some of the biggest names in Information Technology.
The Company we keep is important to us, we do not Partner with companies, who are unable to help our customers. Our Business Partners have proven themselves to us for over the years, and this is why we recommend their offerings to our customers.
Xerox Office Scanning and Printing, Media, Duplicating Systems have a proven success record with Small to Large enterprises. Lenovo, Intel, Kodak, Lexmark and Microsoft have proven marketplace success and offer total solutions.
On the Wednesday, February 18th 2015 broadcast at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our special guest who is making an encore appearance on the show is Jean Anne Booth, the CEO of Unali Wear.
Jean Anne is an entrepreneur with a successful track record in hardware innovation have launched and sold two companies previously. Her current project is Unali Wear fka Life Assist a StartUp Health Academy company.
For details on Jean Anne, click here.
We'll discuss the state of the digital health market, and her vision at Unali Wear including the campaign just launched on Kickstarter to fund the final phase of bench to market for 'Kanega' a watch that extends independence with dignity to seniors.
For details on the Kickstarter campaign, click here.
First Hour: New Matter
Steve Schell, CEO of New Matter.
3D printing is now for everyone. New Matter’s MOD-t 3D printer and New Matter Store combine to create an affordable, one-click printing ecosystem that beginners or enthusiasts will love.
Visit the New Matter website.
Second Hour: Kerio Technologies
Scott Schreiman, CEO of Kerio Technologies.
Connect, communicate, and collaborate without compromise. Kerio’s award-winning products are tailored to the needs of small and mid-sized businesses. All combine powerful features with ease of use for business users and IT professionals. Kerio's attractive licensing packages and the flexibility to run on many hardware and software configurations deliver enterprise-class functionality for a low total cost of ownership.
Check out the Kerio website.
Welcome to Technology 101, a show designed to keep you informed on the current trends of technology. Hosted by tech guru and business owner, Deborah L Killion. join us each week at this time as we take a look at what is happening in technology currently and what lies ahead in the future of technology. In addition we will be discussing a variety of technology ideas, concepts and tips and tricks, which may help you get the most out of your own technology, both at home and at work.
in Self Help
This podcast addresses the fact that many of us look for love, acceptance and support from people that have consistently shown us that they are unable to give us what we need. We will discuss how our frustrations of not getting our emotional needs met is often because of the choices we make. It calls us to accept the people in our lives as they are, and to seek out support from those that are willing and able to give it to us in the manner that we need.
We're talking tool innovations and the Property Brothers' new outdoor furnishings and more on this episode from the National Hardware Show in Vegas.
How do you know you’re at risk—of being boring? Is your design look a blend of “I’ve always done it that way” combined with lots of beige? When was the last time you looked at your home?
The cure is color, so pick up some paint and punch it up a notch. From fixing that old doorknob hole to sharpening up those shutters outside, you can body slam boredom in no time. From prep to color pop, from deck to decore, let’s make the tough stuff easy.
We're talking new tool innovations from the HYDE Tools booth at the National Hardware Show and we're shaking down what's amazing from the trade show floor with our guests. HGTV's 'Property Brothers' Drew and Jonathan Scott are sharing a preview of their 'not-yet-available-in-stores' outdoor furnishing line. Make it Right Mike Holmes talks his latest ventures on improving communities and skilled trades. And 'Consumer Reports' Senior Market Analyst Michael DiLauro is breaking down what's best in mowers and more.
So take a look around. And dare to be awesome. You can always repaint your house beige—but not today because awesome is now on MyFixitUpLife.
Special guest is Kymm Wilson and he's here to share his prospective on hardware and creativitiy.
In his professional life, Fresh Kymm is known as Kymm Wilson: Professional Homie, which moniker could not possibly be worn in earnest by any other successful businessman. Kymm's friendliness and apparent honesty is further reflected in his plain speech. "I create music from the heart," he says. "I find the postive things in life and create feel-good moments that are memorable through music.