Dan Hoops, Assoc. Prof. of Accounting and Taxation, Walsh College joins us to give us insights into identifying our digital valuables and advising us on how to make sure your legacy doesn’t die with you.
Shawn Fergus of Online Tech announces a casual, fun networking event for IT pros and other business professional who are interested in the types of products and services they offer. There will be no sales pitching, just more than 20 classic arcade games (the real ‘80s machines), craft brews, food and NCAA tournament hoops on large screen TVS. Act quickly, reservations are limited.
Plowz and Mowz Co-Founder, Wills Mahoney shares the birth of this ingenious service that means you are more likely than ever to be dug out of the next super storm well before your neighbors. When the green grass returns, you’ll be ahead of the neighbors with a well trimmed lawn, on time, every time.
Mike Brennan, editor of MiTechNews and Internet Advisor host Gary Baker were featured guests on the Nov. 24 edition of ITinTheD a new pure Detroit brand of podcast that is taking RawRadioX by storm. MiTechNews has formed a strategic alliance with the geek intensive podcast and will be posting links to their weekly broadcasts in MiTechNews every Friday.
Mike Brennan and Gary Baker were “chaperoned” by Ryan Walther, IT Risk Manager, Flagstar Bank during their appearance on ITinTheD. Actually Ryan discussed “the trials and tribulations of working in the world of IT audit, security and compliance.”
Online Tech continues its expansion across the Great Lakes region with the acquisition of a data center in Indianapolis. The purpose-built corporate facility will deliver the company’s full product line of secure, compliant cloud and colocation services for healthcare, financial services, retail and other companies in regulated industries. Online Tech’s purchase of the property, planned upgrades, and enterprise-class cloud represents an investment of more than $10 million. It will also bring jobs and much-needed computing infrastructure to the expanding Indianapolis economic market.
Rick Broida is way too young to be a curmudgeon, but he’s getting there quickly! In this show Rick, our Gadget Guy and noted Cheapskate columnist takes a common sense, hard-nosed look at:
The MiTechNews Report is a weekly feature with Mike Brennan, editor and publisher of MiTechNews.com which focuses on technology headlines and the impact of our tate’s growing high tech sector.
Emily Hay: Social Media Expert and CEO of Hay There Social Media
Charlie Hopper, Founder Pasty.net Internet for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
Video: Snowy ride to Copper Harbor
Michael Malone: Author and journalist, has written extensively about Silicon Valley, including The Big Score and The Valley of Heart’s Delight: A Silicon Valley Notebook 1963-2001.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE’s new Silicon Valley will premiere on PBS.
Ed Rudel, Cal Carson, and Shane Hamelin: Internet Advisor Tech Specialists
Steve Hyer, CEO of IGD Solutions, host for Internetadvisor.net
Lauren Baker: One of our first guests at age 5! Now a U of M coed and busy young, tech savvy lady.
Yan Ness, CEO Online Tech, the place where it all began for Gary Baker
Jason Yaeger, Tech Specialist, Online Tech, here to help answer technical questions …
Online Technologies has hosted the Internet Advisor since our first show more than 13 years ago and their CEO Yan Ness will be our guest on Sat. June 11. We are proud to announce that they received recognition for their participation in World IPv6 Day this past week and were listed among the Top 25 Cloud Hosting Sites along with big guns like Google.
Happy 13th Anniversary to the Internet Advisor with a very special cast of “characters”: Gary Baker, Ed Rudel, Foster Braun and the “Flying Anderson Brothers” Erik Mac Minute Man and Scott the Engineer. Our distinguished guests will include:
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Summer is a summer camp time… so why not a tech camp? This Saturday we preview: Camp Infiniti, a summer camp designed specifically for Metro-Detroit girls by the Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation. The girls will be challenged to design websites and conduct a robot sumo competition this coming week.
Join Foster Braun, Gary Baker and Kurt Hines, our special guest tech expert, as we interview Julie Patterson, Camp Director of Michigan Council of Women in Technology Foundation’s Camp Infinity for the past 5 years, and Marina Reyna who can talk about the camp and speak to why technology is so important for young females.
We also focus on high tech security with Jason Yaeger, from Online Tech and Adam Goslin one of the co-founders of High Bit Security, a company that specializes in helping companies keep their information safe from intruders. These are the folks who make sure that your information stays safe in other peoples’ hands.
Erik Anderson joins us in studio with The Mac Minute.
Don’t forget, the second hour of the show is all yours. Call us with your tech questions and we’ll find answers for you. In …