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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.
Welcome to the "Women of Golf Show!"
Joining Cindy & I this week Diane McCue & Debora A Story - founders of Savvy Girl Golf LLC. A brand of golf purses & handbags.
Here's more about Diane & Deb:
Diane F. McCue - founded Savvy Girl Golf, LLC in 2012 which is focused on providing golf purses and accessories for women. She retired in March 2011 as General Manager, Printing Plates Division and Vice President, Eastman Kodak Company after a 31 year career. She was one of the highest ranking women at Kodak running P&L’s in excess of $1.2 billion with worldwide staffs of 2000+.
Debora A Story co-founded Savvy Girl Golf LLC. She retired in 2013 after a 25 year career in finance and public accounting. She is a CPA who has extensive knowledge and experience in financial reporting, budgeting, costing, inventory control, ERP implementation and process improvements.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST on www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
Source Nation! It's another amazing night of Sports Tuesday and Black College Sports We have two dynamic shows with two fabulous Sports Hosts Steve Manderson and Edd J Hayes. In the first two hours 6 and 7pm Steve will share the latest information in NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL and more. In the third hour at 8pm Edd will share amazing history and facts in the world of Black College Sports. You don't want to miss either shows. You've heard it here on your favorite radio station, Source Radio Network!!
7:15 Will Reeve Jr.
Will has a unique background, including academic awards and play-by-play and color commentary experience. Ascending from four years of homelessness from 16-20 Will earned Phi Theta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude awards in his associate's program before receiving a scholarship to California Lutheran University where he became the voice of the Kingsmen and Regals. Wrapping up his education this semester, Will again earned Lambda Pi Eta Upsilon Upsilion awards for academic achievement and built an industry standard studio to launch his All Weather Fan Podcast in January of 2015.
8:15 Bridgitt Brown
Bridgitt Bradley-Brown is a second-generation basketball coach. She received academic and athletic scholarships to various universities but chose to attend an HBCU. Her collegiate athletic career began at Alabama A&M University under the late Coach Press Parham. She quickly found success on the hardwood as she became the SIAC Freshman of the Year. In 1990, she was recognized as the AAMU Female Athlete of the Year. She was named to the Black College Sports All America Basketball Second Team (1989,1990), the Kodak Women’s All-District Basketball Team (1990), and twice named to the Women’s Black College Basketball All American Team (1989, 1990)
NATIONALLY-RENOWNED PHOTOGRAPHER AMY POSTLE SHARES TIPS ON SHOOTING MEANINGFUL HOLIDAY PICTURES
Now that almost everyone has a camera phone in their pocket, the challenge to take meaningful, memorable and creative pictures has changed. Just in time for the holidays, nationally renowned photographer Amy Postle is available to answer all your photography questions and to inspire better photography. OnDecember 8, she'll share some of the many secrets the professional photographers use to make memorable photographs. Amy will also explain how easy-to-use kiosks at your local Target or CVS can help the soccer mom, college kid or just about anyone create a special card or gift that will be cherished for a lifetime. You will learn:
WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR TOP TIPS TO HELP PEOPLE TAKE BETTER PICTURES WITH THEIR SMARTPHONES OR MOBILE DEVICES TO ENSURE THEY CAN BE USED LATER FOR CUSTOMIZED PHOTO PRODUCTS?
YOU HAVE SUGGESTIONS FOR HOW TO FREE YOUR IMAGES FROM SMARTPHONES OR HOW TO GET THEM OFF OF TABLETS?
HOW EASY IS IT TO CREATE A REALLY COMPELLING CARD OR PRINT?
WHAT ARE SOME TIPS FOR CONSUMERS WANTING TO CREATE THE PERFECT CARD?
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF PRINTING YOUR HOLIDAY CARDS YOURSELF?
WHAT IS IT ABOUT THE KIOSKS AND APPS THAT MAKES THE EXPERIENCE EASIER? MORE UNIQUE AND WORTHWHILE?
7. HOW DIFFICULT ARE THE KODAK MOMENTS APPS TO USE FOR A TECHNOLOGY NOVICE?
8. WHAT ARE SOME OTHER TYPES OF OUTPUTS YOU’D ENCOURAGE CONSUMERS TO TRY OUT?
Hour one: Wix is a website that lets you create your own websites! And you can do it with NO programming skills! In fact, we here at Computer America have used Wix to create and maintain our own website! And now, Wix is back to talk about all of their latest new features! Joining us is Eric Mason, Wix's Director of Communications.
Hour two: The GizWiz Dick DeBartolo! Dick is Mad Magazine’s maddest writer who discovers wonderful, sometimes insane devices and technology gadgets to delight most anyone who listens! Tonight, Dick talks about 3D Scanners, FreeWheels that let you add remote-controlled wheels to just about anything, a pumpkin power saw, a voice changer, the Kodak PixPro Action Cam and so much more!
Tonight on All About Wine, we continue with wine in the state of Tennessee - Eagle Springs Winery in Kodak, TN.
Eagle Springs Winery is part of the Rocky Top Wine Trail.
Show host, Ron, welcomes Jonathon Ball from Eagle Springs Winery. You can talk with Ron and our guest on-air by dialing (646) 727-3235 during the LIVE show. Or email the show at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
Corinne Sklar runs the global marketing organizations at Bluewolf, responsible for branding and communications, marketing strategy, and marketing programs. Before joining Bluewolf in 2006, she produced profitable marketing campaigns that touched virtually every house in America. Prior to joining Bluewolf, she held marketing communications, campaign and CRM strategy roles at Kodak, Aligo, and Mindport (a division of MIH Holding). She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Intermedia Arts from Mills College in California.
Dr. Wade is clinical psychologist, author, TV host, and motivational speaker, who inspires thousands of people each month with her dynamic range of events and free teleseminar's.
Kelli Richards is CEO of The All Access Group and the host of All Access Radio. She's spent over two decades as a catalyst and trailblazer in the digital music and entertainment arena. As a super-connector, she creates powerful alliances at the nexus of technology and entertainment, bringing together leading innovators, entrepreneurs and forward thinking creative talent. And as a trusted advisor, she works with high achievers as a strategist and coach, ensuring they have the insights, expertise, support, and connections they need to create greater impact and more meaning in their work and in their lives.
Lisa Wellman is a digital storytelling expert with a 30-year career in technology and marketing that includes positions from systems development to business development to executive management. As VP of Worldwide Publishing, Entertainment and New Media Markets at Apple, Lisa and her team built a $3 billion revenue stream that accounted for 60% of Apple’s bottom line. She has held executive level positions in Fortune 100 companies, headed venture-funded entrepreneurial initiatives and provided strategic business consultation for Xerox, Kodak and HP among others. Currently Lisa is in charge of business development and project management at “nsquared solutions,” a software development services company.
ATHLETES, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, AND ARE WE TAKING IT SERIOUSLY?
We’ve all seen the headlines- Ray Rice gets two game suspension for knocking his fiancé unconscious and dragging her off a casino elevator. Joe Mixon under investigation for punching a woman in the face. One of the Steubenville high school students convicted of rape is back on the football field. The news reports go on and on with allegations and prosecutions of athletes at all levels for violence against women. And what are we doing about it? The NFL gives a slap on the hand to Rice (who could have been suspended for numerous games if he had smoked a joint). Sports fans still line up for autographs, and the victims are disparaged for “ruining” the athlete’s life. Have we really slipped down the rabbit hole when it comes to seriously dealing with violent athletes?
So let’s talk about it. Brian O’Connor, Director of Public Education Campaigns and Programs for Futures Without Violence where he crafts national and international violence prevention campaigns for a variety of audiences. He’s former marketer of global brands such as Gatorade and Kodak, and reporter for the Village Voice. His work engaging men inspires them to model positive masculinity and teach boys that violence never equals strength. Brian holds a master's from Columbia University and is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists. He is the former president of the board of Root Division, an arts education non-profit based in San Francisco where he lives.
Join us Saturday at 11 am Pacific Time to learn more about our responses to athletes who are also abusers.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
Top Choice Models CEO Ty Kodak is my special guest today with model BOIPHRESH! Top Choice Models Headquarters is in Chicago, Il. There will be a model auction on Feb. 6th, 2011 with proceeds going toward Sickle-Cell & Cancer Foundation. Tickets are $25 in advance & $30 at the door. Located at Illinois Institute of Technology, 3241 S Federal, Chicago, IL 60616. Doors open at 5:30 with showtime at 6pm CST. For more information call 708-674-5678.