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Adding additional displays to your computer just got easier with the new vDeck USB to VGA graphics adapter from Sewell (http://sewelldirect.com/Sewell-vDeck-USB-to-VGA-External-Display-Adapter.asp), allowing you to turn any USB 2.0 port into an auxiliary VGA monitor port. Sewell Direct, a household name in computer display devices since 1983, is gearing up to release this new cost effective way to add a second display port to your Mac or PC.
The vDeck adapter revolutionizes the way you use your computer by adding more screen space to work with. Multi-tasking with spreadsheets, graphs, documents, applications, and programs between multiple displays creates a stress-free way to increase productivity and reduce mistakes.
A study released earlier this year by Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering via Computer Weekly (ComputerWeekly.com) measured productivity to increase by 35.5% when 3 monitors are used as one (known as extended desktop mode). A user is capable of connecting up to five vDecks via five USB ports to use up to a total six monitors in extended desktop mode, or in mirror mode.
The vDeck USB to VGA adapter adds an extra VGA monitor or projector in standard or widescreen (up to 1600 x 1200 standard and 1680 x 1050 widescreen) formats using a single USB 2.0 port. With the benefits of a USB to VGA solution, setting up an additional display promises Sewell’s famous 30 second set-up, which makes it a worthy companion to your laptop when you’re on the go.
Greg Vandagriff, manager of Sewell Direct’s sales division works directly with large companies that have been updating their workstations with multiple monitors using this technology and he notes that “many of (Sewell Direct’s) customers seem to appreciate the ease of setup.” He also notes that “a substantial amount of our users simply are switching from desktop to laptop and just don’t want to sacrifice the screen real estate and productivity they enjoyed before.”
Sewell’s vDeck USB to VGA graphics adapter is slated to start shipping on the 21st of September and is available immediately for pre-order at www.SewellDirect.com.
Sewell Direct is an internet retailer/distributor of audio video and computer components since 1983. Their product line includes cables, adapters, boosters, switches, and everything else you’d need to connect your equipment.
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Provo, Utah June 30, 2010
Careers in healthcare fields are one of the bright spots in an otherwise down economy. In an effort to highlight these job opportunities, Career Step, a leading online healthcare education company, has re-launched its Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Coding and Billing program.
“Career Step has always focused its training programs on fields that show continued patterns of growth,” said Mike Hodgson, Career Step’s Vice President of Enrollments. “We’ve chosen to re-launch our Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Coding and Billing program this month to draw attention the fact that the number of jobs in this field aren’t following the nationwide trend—there are more opportunities now than there were several years ago, and the field is still growing.”
Both the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) have recently released reports on the number of jobs the Medical Coding and Billing field will generate within the next few years. The BLS classifies medical coding and billing professionals as a part of the Medical Records and Health Information Technician field and projects a 20% increase in employment before 2018—representing over 37,000 new jobs. This projected growth will be triggered and sustained by the aging population and the increasing number of medical tests, treatments, and procedures. In comparison, the AHIMA study estimates that there will be a shortage of over 75,000 health information specialists, including medical coding and billing professionals, before 2014.
The Career Step Inpatient and Outpatient Medical Coding and Billing training program allows students to train for a new medical coding and billing career in less than a year while still ensuring that they gain the skills needed to gain employment after graduation. The program also allows students to broaden their career opportunities by simultaneously training for both the inpatient and outpatient coding specialties. For more information on the medical coding and billing field or Career Step’s training program, visit CareerStep.com/IOMCB-Top10 or call 1-800-246-7837.
About Career Step
Career Step, a leading online healthcare education company, enjoys a tremendous market advantage in the industry by virtue of its reputation as an innovative, competency-based training company. Career Step is committed to helping each enrolling student graduate and successfully transition to a rewarding career. For more information on Career Step, please visit www.careerstep.com or call 1-800-246-7837.
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Under Armour (NYSE:UA), the Baltimore-based leader in sports performance apparel, footwear and accessories, announced today the creation of unique college football uniforms for the University of Utah, Texas Tech University, and University of Maryland. This marks the second year Under Armour has designed custom uniforms to honor the U.S. Armed Forces, with cleats being a new addition for this year. The gear is part of the UA Freedom initiative, launched in July 2010 to support our nation’s military and public safety heroes, and Under Armour’s partnership with Wounded Warrior Project (WWP), a non-profit organization that provides programs and services for injured service members and their families.
The University of Utah Utes, Texas Tech University Red Raiders, and University of Maryland Terrapins will be outfitted in head-to-toe custom digi-camouflage Under Armour uniforms and cleats for their game day match-ups versus the Texas Christian University and the University of Missouri respectively on November 6, 2010. The University of Maryland Terrapins will feature their uniforms on November 20, 2010 against Florida State.
The uniforms were designed in an effort to recognize the sacrifices made by those who have served and those that continue to serve in our nation’s Armed Forces. Each team will replace their last names on their jerseys with a core value embellishment – Duty, Honor, Courage, Commitment, Integrity, Country, or Service. Texas Tech is the official Under Armour Freedom game, and each Red Raider will have “Freedom” on the back of their jersey as a tribute the brave men and women that the initiative supports.
“The custom uniforms and gear provide us with an opportunity to engage college football fans and athletes, while uniting together to support the overall mission of Wounded Warrior Project,” said Kevin Plank, founder and CEO of Under Armour. “We are committed to honoring our nation’s troops who risk their lives protecting our house and we are proud to support them through these games and beyond.”
The custom game day jerseys will be auctioned off on each of the Universities’ websites the following Monday of each game with a 100% of the proceeds going to Wounded Warrior Project. Under Armour school-specific fan gear will be on sale at university bookstores and www.underarmour.com with a portion of the proceeds going to Wounded Warrior Project as well.
“Under Armour continues to believe in our mission of honoring and empowering wounded warriors. These games broaden our voice to universities and their athletic programs in a unique way,” said Steven Nardizzi, executive director of Wounded Warrior Project. “The Under Armour teams wearing these specially designed uniforms and cleats will generate awareness of our organization and the men and women that continue to fight for our great nation.”
Thousands of our nation’s armed forces have been wounded during the current military conflicts. WWP assists wounded warriors and their families through a holistic approach to their recovery, providing programs and services to aid their physical rehabilitation and improve their mental health and well-being. WWP empowers warriors with essential tools to not just survive their injuries but to thrive and achieve personal and professional success.
As part of UA Freedom, the collegiate football games that support Wounded Warrior Project demonstrate the ongoing commitment to honor our nation’s wounded service members through monetary and product donations. Join the effort by purchasing WWP/UA-branded product and by gifting an Under Armour® WWP backpack to an injured hero. For more information, visit http://www.underarmour.com/freedom.
About Under Armour, Inc.
Under Armour® (NYSE: UA) is a leading developer, marketer, and distributor of branded performance apparel, footwear, and accessories. The brand’s moisture-wicking synthetic fabrications are engineered in many different designs and styles for wear in nearly every climate to provide a performance alternative to traditional natural fiber products. The Company’s products are sold worldwide and worn by athletes at all levels, from youth to professional, on playing fields around the globe. The Under Armour global headquarters is in Baltimore, Maryland, with European headquarters in Amsterdam’s Olympic Stadium, and additional offices in Denver, Hong Kong, Toronto, and Guangzhou, China. For further information, please visit the Company’s website at www.underarmour.com.
About Wounded Warrior Project
The mission of the Wounded Warrior Project is to honor and empower wounded warriors. Its purpose is to raise awareness and to enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured men and women aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. WWP is a national, non-partisan organization headquartered in Jacksonville, FL. To get involved and learn more, visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org.
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Springville, UT September 30, 2010
Neways North America held its annual Leadership Academy at corporate headquarters in Springville, Utah, from September 23–25. “This was an event to remember, and it has enriched all our lives,” Jennifer Wolbers, vice president of sales and marketing, told Neways’ independent distributors. “If you put into practice what you’ve learned, there will be no stopping your business.”
Topics covered during the training event included the following:
Creating New Opportunities
The Art of Duplication
Cold Market Team Building
Attributes of a Good Leader
Pay Plans—Strengths and Weaknesses
Distributor leaders who gave presentations included Mardy Eger, Margie Aliprandi, Sunny Hand, Tim Howsden, and Yuka Sakurai. Neways featured an open mike on Friday evening for distributors to share how Neways has helped them with their health or finances.
During the event, two in-house Neways experts spoke about the evolution of Neways products: Kelly Bellerose, who serves as senior category manager of personal care, and Jamie Anderson, director of personal care product research. In addition, attendees heard from motivational speaker Kevin Hall. “What an amazing gift he was to all of us who had the privilege of listening to him,” said distributor Michelle Rodarte.
The opening reception featured a Mardi Gras theme, and the Roaring Twenties–themed closing dinner gave distributors the opportunity to solve a murder mystery together. During the prize drawing, Neways gave away a laptop, car DVD player, car Bluetooth set, iPod, and digital camera.
Neways’ next North America event will be the annual convention on board the Norwegian Dawn Caribbean cruise liner in April 2010. For more details about the upcoming convention, go to www.neways.com/usa.
Founded in 1992, Neways is dedicated to helping families transform their homes into Healthy Homes. With dozens of safe, effective nutritional and personal care products that are free of questionable ingredients, the company strives to make the world a healthier place, one home at a time.
In addition to providing exclusive products, Neways enhances people’s lives with a home-based business opportunity. About half a million active Neways distributors share the products in 28 countries, with nearly half of the company’s annual revenues paid back to distributors as commissions.
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American Fork, UT January 19, 2010
With room needed to house a growing employee base, Platinum Protection has moved its national corporate headquarters to American Fork Utah. The move to the new building caps off a successful first three years of business for the young alarm company, and with over 100,000 customers nationwide, Platinum executives view the new office as a milestone in its success.
“Our new building means more than just having a nice place to work,” said Jared Hallows, CEO of Platinum Protection. “It represents how far we’ve come in the short period of just three years and what we have to look forward to in the future.”
Located just off I-15 at the North end of Utah County, the new building provides a close commute for employees coming from either Utah or Salt Lake County.
“We have many employees from both Utah and Salt Lake County and we wanted to make their commute a little shorter,” said Jared Hallows, CEO of Platinum Protection. “Being right next to the freeway is also a plus, not only because of the shorter commute, but also because people will be able to see our sign as they drive by every day.”
With the move to the American Fork office, Platinum’s sales and customer service departments will be combined under one roof as well as other major corporate departments including installation, licensing, information technology, finance and marketing.
“One of the things we’re most excited about with the new building is having all the corporate departments in the same building,” said Jared Hallows, CEO of Platinum Protection. “This will allow greater employee collaboration and reduce the burden of having to travel between two separate corporate offices.”
The new workspace features several amenities including two break rooms, two balcony’s, a large commons area, a full server room, and a 250-person training room surrounded by glass with an open view of the Wasatch Mountains. Many employees began work at the new building on January 11th but a ribbon cutting and a public open house will take place on Wednesday, January 20th at 4pm.
About Platinum Protection: Platinum is nationwide home security company. To find out more about Platinum Protection security products and services, please visit www.PlatinumProtect.com.
“The goal of The CyberHood Watch partners is for The CyberHood Watch Community to become a recognized community, and to effect positive changes on a local, State, and National level, and to assure a protected, secure, and safe digital life for its digital citizens,” echoed both partners.
With the influx of smart phones being purchased, more and more adult content apps and software have been and are being created. CBS News reported on July 29th 2010 that the Porn Industry Sees Opportunity In Latest iPhone. These apps are finding their way into our children’s phones and ultimately into their pockets where they are available 24 hours a day without parental supervision. Laws are not keeping up with technology, and the laws that are on the books don’t leave police the room to help protect them if they are found with these images.
Parents need resources to help educate their children on the dangers of the internet as well as the danger of having images and content on their phones that could damage their futures. The CyberHood Watch brings in guests such as lawmakers, industry leaders, corporations, and advocates who weekly share their findings and resources to help parents and families.
Utah Attorney General makes a public commitment to The CyberHood Watch partners, Dave & Bill…
“I am really pleased to know more about what you’re doing, and I told you in private, but I will make a public commitment right now to get you out to the National AG meetings, where we give opportunities to present new ideas in a panel discussion, and let other AGs know about what’s going on. And that way it will spread, and you’ll get more support, and I’ll follow through on that”, said Mark Shurtleff, Utah’s Attorney General in his interview with Dave & Bill on CHWradio.
Dave & Bill, host CHWradio, and interview authorities worldwide who provide The CyberHood Watch Community a wealth of wisdom and solutions for the digital protection of children, parents, grandparents, educators, trusted adults, and businesses on how to enjoy the Internet securely and safely.
Dave C. Ballard is CIISA certified – Certification means an advisor has an overall expert level of knowledge about identity theft and fraud with customer and employee information, information security best practices, and compliance with all major federal, state and industry regulations for information security, privacy and identity theft. Advisors such as Ballard can help businesses and organizations make sense of required safeguards for compliance with laws such as Red Flags Rule, HIPAA, GLBA and related state consumer protection laws, as well as the credit card industry’s PCI security standard. Mr. Ballard is available for consulting: (801) 521-4111
Bill Wardell is the Senior Editor, Creator, Developer of Online Security Authority, the Author of “Don’t Take Candy From Strangers” and an Authority Site Center Certified Coach. Mr. Wardell has mastered the technique of dominating huge keyword niches in the top 10 in Google, Yahoo, and MSN with a tier 1 phrase that has 1.6 billion competitors!
The CyberHood Watch partners, Dave & Bill, are available for speaking engagements… contact Anissa Wardell: publicist (435) 657-0967.
“There has never been a more cost effective time to make your home green,” says Ben Blakely, owner of the Salt Lake City based company Inline Plumbing.
Between the multitude of tax credits and manufacturer’s rebates offered these days, the power is truly in the hands of the consumer to adopt environmentally mindful practices while reaping the financial benefits. Though it may sound like a daunting task, you are not left alone to fend for yourself. Inline Plumbing is a company that understands the opportunities available and strives to make sure that their customers are aware and educated on their options. This is why they have begun producing short but helpful YouTube videos, which teach consumers about energy-efficient home appliances.
Inline Plumbing also strives to keep up on all of the applicable manufacturer rebates and government tax incentives associated with purchasing an energy-efficient home appliance. For example, Inline Plumbing knows that the government is offering a tax credit of 30% (up to 00) for approved water heaters, furnaces, and boilers while Questar is offering a variety of rebates for green updates:
A free energy audit to give advice on how you can improve your home.
Inline Plumbing is an innovative mix of top quality service and information; they know that “now is the time to go green and save money by doing so.” With green products being more affordable than ever, Inline Plumbing can assist in achieving all of the environmental and financial benefits available.
Ben Blakely of Inline Plumbing is a Salt Lake City Utah plumber that serves both Salt Lake and Utah counties. Inline Plumbing’s Salt Lake City Utah plumbing service can fix or install piping systems, sinks, tubs, waste disposal systems, kitchen and bathroom fixtures. Visit the website for more information on saving electricity or to find a Salt Lake City Utah plumbing contractor.
Insurance professionals can now use Xactimate Express TM, the latest product innovation from Xactware, to settle small structural and contents claims by phone.
Xactimate Express is an online application that lets desk adjusters efficiently gather loss information, create detailed estimates, and settle small claims over the phone. “We built Xactimate Express with ease of use in mind to optimize the claims experience for both insurers and policyholders,” said Jim Loveland, Xactware’s president and CEO. “With just a minimal amount of training, anyone from new users to seasoned pros can generate the comprehensive estimates needed to settle small claims swiftly.”
Xactimate Express contains an intuitive dashboard and many features that help adjusters quickly estimate replacement costs for structural and contents items, reduce claims cycle times, and improve customer satisfaction, while keeping training needs and technical questions to a minimum.
For example, if a burglar breaks into a home and steals personal belongings, an adjuster can immediately discuss the loss with the policyholder over the phone. As the policyholder describes the loss, the adjuster can compile a list of structural repair items, such as replacing broken glass, repairing drywall, and painting. Up-to-date local construction costs are used to calculate the cost of repairs. At the same time, the adjuster can enter replacements for stolen property, such as an iPod or a Sony VAIO laptop. Xactimate Express provides the adjuster with costs for these stolen items based on prices charged by major retailers. If an item is obsolete, Xactimate Express will suggest similar items with the same features.
“Xactimate Express is a huge step forward for the insurance industry,” said Loveland. “Policyholders will be pleased to receive immediate settlements based on current local costs. Insurers will see significantly improved efficiency from their desk adjusters, and they will be able to adjust more losses over the phone without having to deploy adjusters to the field.”
Visit Xactware’s website to learn more about Xactimate Express.
Xactware Solutions (Xactware) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Verisk Analytics specializing in the property insurance, remodeling, and restoration industries. Xactware’s technology tools include software estimating programs for PCs and tablet PCs, as well as powerful online systems for replacement-cost calculations, estimate tracking, and data trending in real time. For more information about Xactware’s products and services, contact Xactware at 1-800-424-9228 or contact us online.
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Anyone who’s ever called for tech support on their laptop or software knows the IT world’s dirty not-so-secret: a huge amount of technology jobs are outsourced to India. But Mozenda, a Utah-based software company, is reversing that trend, bringing jobs and capital back to the United States.
Mozenda is a cutting-edge web data mining software that allows businesses to gather relevant data from all across the web. Companies can keep an eye on competitor’s prices, gather information about promising job recruits, and track what is being said about their business online. In the past, much of this work was done by programmers in places like India. Now, many of the most innovative technology companies in India are using Mozenda to grow their businesses, and sending the profits back to the U.S.
“Going into this we knew that inexpensive overseas labor would be our biggest competitor, but once Indian companies started using our software, it validated our product,” said Mozenda CEO Brett Haskins.
“We have companies using our software in ways we could have never imagined, including major Fortune 100 firms who used to outsource this technology directly to India,” Haskins continued. “Our program is simply less expensive and more reliable then a team of offshore programmers.”
Even with the touch-and-go economy, Mozenda’s subscription-based business has boomed, growing over 200% in the last business period. Its rules-based software can grab and mash content in any language, and Mozenda has clients in almost every country. Not bad for an all-American business tucked away in the valleys of Utah.
“It feels really good to bring technology jobs back to the USA,” Haskins said. “Not because of regulations, but because we simply have a better product.”
Mozenda technologies help companies improve their internal data management, maintain a competitive advantage in corporate intelligence, and improve marketing efficiencies. Mozenda software enables companies to dynamically extract all kinds of data from the internet using browser-based technology. Once gleaned, the data can be viewed, edited, and exported using the customized tools within the application.
For more information about Mozenda, visit Mozenda.com
Utah Valley Business Q Magazine recently featured the winners of its 2010 “Top 40 Under 40” Awards, highlighting exceptional Utah Valley entrepreneurs under the age of 40. Sean Whalen, CEO and founder of Property 23, a real estate investment, foreclosure sale and tax lien property sales company, was included in this prestigious list, along with many other outstanding young entrepreneurs.
Whalen remarked, “It is an honor to be included with so many other talented young entrepreneurs in Utah Valley. It is a great tribute to the amazing team we have assembled here.”
For more information on those who were recognized, visit the Utah Valley Business Q website.
About Property 23
Property 23 is a group of real estate minded professionals looking to empower investors with simple, yet proven, strategies and opportunities. Focused primarily on http://www.property23.com domestic tax sales and foreclosures, Property 23′s founders circle consists of seasoned investors, attorneys, tax specialists, and others, with combined experience of over 55 years in successfully navigating the complex world of real estate investing. They seek out the very best quality tax deed and foreclosure properties all over the country, then get them rehabbed and rented to provide turnkey, low-cost, high cash-flow properties to investors looking for annual cash flow of 10% or more.
About Utah Valley Business Q
Utah Valley Business Quarterly is focused on capturing the pulse of the business community. Their goals are to highlight successful entrepreneurs, long-time businesses and trends in the area and educate business owners by writing articles that showcase the lessons learned from area business leaders. Their philosophy is that Utah Valley can continue to grow and improve by sharing ideas and solutions through this medium.