November 19, 2011
South Shore Computer Repair Press Release
First there was Black Friday, then Cyber Monday. Now, there’s the 2nd annual Small Business Saturday, the day people support small businesses. Pledge to Shop Small(SM) on November 26, 2011. If millions of Americans shop small, it will be huge.
November 3, 2011
Mark Belanger, Middleboro Gazette
As we approach the holiday season, I want to tell you about a recent experience I had buying a computer in downtown Middleboro. It was about the last place I thought of when I decided to buy a new desktop, but I would have saved myself hours of time if it had been the first. I’m hoping that my story will get you thinking about spending your money locally – and convince you that it is often a better value than buying from the Internet or GigantoMart.
June 30, 2011
Shaunna Gately, The Patriot Ledger
If your computer isn’t working properly, finding someone to fix it can be unnerving. Finding a company that can communicate effectively with you about your computer is something that Sherri Neely of South Shore Computer Repair in Middleboro, Mass., said is important when choosing a company.
December 30, 2010
CPR CERTIFICATION CLASS at the Flat Iron Café, 444 Centre St, Middleboro at 2pm. The cost of the class is $30 per person and is limited to a class size of ten people. To reserve your spot in this CPR certification class, please contact South Shore Computer Repair at telephone number 508.947.1966 or at email address email@example.com.
November 14, 2010
Alice C. Elwell, The Enterprise
Charles Cristello’s IT Advisory team represents a cross-section of business and academia. It is chaired by Selectman Alfred P. Rullo Jr., and includes Brunelle, resident Brad Leonard who was the director of IT for the Department of Social Services; School Superintendent Michael Malone; School IT Director Mark Mobley; resident John Neely, owner of a computer repair service in the downtown; resident Richard Roth, an engineer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; and School Committee member Michael A. Pilla Jr. “We’ve got a very strong committee to take on this task. They have a lot of experience,” Cristello said.
October 27, 2010
Eileen Reece, The Enterprise
A nine-member group of residents appointed to find new and efficient ways for the town to use technology is set to have its first meeting in early November. Members of the IT Assessment Task Force include selectman Alfred Rullo, school committee member Michael A. Pilla, Jr., Superintendent of Schools Michael F. Malone, School Technology Network Manager Mark Mobley, Town Manager Charles J. Cristello; Brunelle, the IT director; and citizen representatives Bradford S. Leonard, John Neely (South Shore Computer Repair) and Richard Allen Roth.
June 4, 2010
Chris Talbot, ChannelInsider.com
Whether you are looking to market your own business to start on social media such as Facebook and Twitter, or ultimately looking to help your clients to market their own businesses, a VAR investment in learning about social media can pay off big. Here’s a look at the experiences of a few VARs who have dipped their feet in the water of social media.