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Sacramento Business Journal - Business Consultants - Technology
2SS.Com | Local IT Support

Subject: Wanted ONE new client
To:         A professional service-oriented business with office staff of 5-50
From:     2SS.Com a provider of local IT Support for 20 years

We can help you with making a smooth transition to Office 365, switching to a new Internet service, setting-up ‘hands-off’ backup, or just getting through the day with “best pricing” on new technology. We focus on making technology work for our clients from a strategic and long-term perspective

(in print Fall 2014) Ron Ellis, 2SS.Com

At the Ten22 restaurant in Old Sacramento, however, Obama's proclamations on reviving the economy were empty platitudes to Ron Ellis, an Internet technology consultant from Fair Oaks.

Ellis' firm, 2SS.com, has mostly weathered the downturn, serving clients with computer network challenges. Now, he fears Obama will get in the way of the recovery by over-regulating business.

When the president vowed to bring "the next generation of high-speed wireless coverage to 98 percent of Americans," Ellis was nonplused.

"I was looking for a mantra of 'Government, get out of the way,' " he said, "and I didn't see that."



Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/01/26/3352376/for-sacramento-area-viewers-obamas.html#ixzz1CA6NSrTi

For Sacramento-area viewers, Obama's speech raises hope -- and questions

 



Read more: http://www.sacbee.com/2011/01/26/3352376/for-sacramento-area-viewers-obamas.html#ixzz1CA6tkLs0

Sacramento Bee - Top Stories
For Sacramento-area viewers, Obama's speech raises hope -- and questions
At the Ten22 restaurant in Old Sacramento, however, Obama's proclamations on reviving the economy were empty platitudes to Ron Ellis, an Internet technology consultant from Fair Oaks.

Ellis' firm, 2SS.com, has mostly weathered the downturn, serving clients with computer network challenges. Now, he fears Obama will get in the way of the recovery by over-regulating business.

When the president vowed to bring "the next generation of high-speed wireless coverage to 98 percent of Americans," Ellis was nonplused.

"I was looking for a mantra of 'Government, get out of the way,' " he said, "and I didn't see that."
 

(in print 1-26-11) Ron Ellis, 2SS.Com
 

Sacramento Business Journal - OPINION - Survey Comments
Most see a good 2006, unless housing spoils it
With a new Federal Reserve chair cast from Greenspan's die, and California consumers continuing to show confidence through their spending, a positive outlook for our region is limited only by housing costs that can keep encouraging "escapes" from elsewhere in the state.

 (in print 12-30-05) Ron Ellis, 2SS.COM

Sacramento Business Journal - OPINION - What do you think?
Big for '05: Housing, Jobs, State, Bay Areas
For our specialties, high-tech and small business, it's never looked better. We have a renewed president, a strong economy, and both distance and progress from 9/11.

We just hope the Governator's plans for reinventing state government are not too painful for the Sacramento region.

 (in print 01-03-05) Ron Ellis, 2SS.COM

Sacramento Business Journal - In-Depth Corporate Philanthropy - What do you think?
Givers and Receives Share the Benefits
The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Sacramento is a 9-month residential program for men recovering from addiction that is financed by donations of various items which are recycled and sold in its thrift stores throughout the Sacramento region. Some of what's donated and sold includes computers and related items.

It's been a privilege for 2SS.Com to be involved in helping to set up a technology testing lab to handle and prepare the computer-related donations, to see these items distributed to stores including the "Technology Store" within the Carmichael Thrift Store, and to help use repaired and refurbished donations to upgrade computers in both the ARC administrative offices and in setting up a training center and computer workroom at the ARC residence.

(in print 05-28-04) Ron Ellis, 2SS.COM

Sacramento Business Journal - OPINION - What do you think?
To Most Sacramentans, '02 Is Looking Up
I'm optimistic and there's no good reason not to be! The business climate continues to improve with great underlying strength, the war on terrorism is going well, and it's the start of a new year. If consumers can add it up and believe they're safe, there's nothing to hold us back!

 (in print 01-04-02) Ron Ellis, 2SS.COM

Sacramento Business Journal - IN DEPTH: STARTUPS - What do you recall?
Starting Up Is Hard To Do: Our Readers Offer Some Recollections
We're in the midst of a startup since last November and the amazing thing is how much work it is to get to the launch point. We're still trying to get there as I write. The problem isn't vision or money or anything big!

It's the basics: coordinating the players, getting the business model right and ensuring we know how to be profitable.

The business fills a new niche and involves Internet-based ordering of a corresponding products/service bundle!

(in print 09-07-01) Ron Ellis, 2SS.COM

Sacramento Business Journal - EXCLUSIVE REPORTS - What do you think?
To Be Big, We Need More Transit, Style, Success
There is an inevitability to Sacramento's making it big. The question is, where on the spectrum will we be when we get there? Big and quality-of-life capital, or big and NorCal LA?

 (in print 07-09-01) Ron Ellis, 2SS.COM

Comstock's - Business Technology
Gee Wiz - What's New and What's Necessary
"When is comes to technology the most important things are the ones that don't sound sexy", says Ron Ellis a Sacramento-based technology consultant and founder of 2SS.Com...

 (in print 02-01-01) Ron Ellis

Sacramento Bee - Enterprise Small Business
Minding Your Business
QUESTION:  I'm compiling my marketing budget for next year and I'm interested in advertising on the Internet.  How can I find statistics, demographics, etc. on the Internet' effectiveness as opposed to the Yellow Pages, newspapers and other traditional sources?

ANSWER: You can't. Because Internet advertising is so new, there is no reliable tracking system in place ---yet.  Progress toward an industry standard is being made, but slowly.  Advertising Age cites lack of consensus on exactly what markets want to track -- total expenses, information requests or Web site visitors' habits - as one problem. Another hindrance to accurate measurement is that on-line services that store popular World Wide Web pages sometimes don't accurately report traffic to eh actual Web site owner.  However, this needn't deter you. There are some definite advantages to Internet advertising, including audience reach and low cost.  The number of Internet subscribers (estimated at 30 million world-wide) is growing by thousands daily -- how many newspapers of yellow pages can claim that?  Waiting for statistics could mean sacrificing near-term customers.

 (in print 11-06-95) Ron Ellis

Sacramento Bee - Enterprise Small Business
Minding Your Business
QUESTION: Our business has all the latest software programs, but I'm not sure how much they're really being used.  We're so busy we have no time to train people -- it's learn-as-you-go.  What is the best way to get the most from our software investment?

ANSWER: You've been making an important investment in technology, now invest in making it pay off.  Here are several alternatives:

  1. Staff member skills can be built quickly by enrolling in quality off-site one-day training classes.  An added bonus i learning away from your "so busy we have no time" environment.
  2. An experienced trainer/consultant might be able to com in and adapt training to your environment.  You get a custom approach with the risk of distractions and less comprehensive coverage of your software.
  3. Make 'learn-as-you-go' easier and more fun.  Offer  staff members a great deal that helps them get PCs at home and reward those who take the time to help others or get training on their own time.

Finally keep your expectations high!  The latest software has rich functionality and it's increasingly easy to use.

 (in print 04-15-95) Ron Ellis

 

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