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Practical Steps to Help Prevent Identity Theft

[img src=”/wp-content/uploads/sites/1097/2019/04/img-ProvidenceConsulting-PracticalStepstoHelpPreventIdentityTheft-Blog.jpg” class=”aligncenter”] The recent exposure of 763 Million records containing personally identifiable information (PII) made me reflect on a blog post I wrote a few year ago on the importance of freezing your credit. The information is even more important today that it was in 2017. My best advice is to take action for

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Confessions of an IT Consultant

[img src=”/wp-content/uploads/sites/1097/2018/11/img-blog-confessions-of-an-it-consultant.jpg” class=”aligncenter”] Scott grabbed the corner booth at his favorite Lansing eating and meeting place. While waiting for his friend and mentor, Jim, to arrive, he read through the email that had collected in his inbox since he left the office the night before. Jim’s voice suddenly interrupted. “Why the long face?” “Oh, hi

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Employee Spotlight: Ken Lycos, Network Operations Center Technician

Providence Consulting is proud to announce our newest team member, Ken Lycos! For those who are wondering, Ken is not related to the founder of search engine Lycos, although he has been involved with computers since he was young. As a member of our Network Operations Center Services (NOC) team, Ken is helping solve client

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Important Safety Recall announced- HP AC Power Cord Replacement Program

IMPORTANT SAFETY RECALL INFORMATION – PLEASE READ Important Safety Announcement HP Notebook PC AC Power Cord Safety Recall and Replacement Program HP has announced, in cooperation with various government regulatory agencies, a worldwide voluntary AC power cord recall program. HP is notifying all registered users of this recall. The AC power cords have the potential

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Providence Ribbon Cutting and Open House

On September 10th we celebrated our new office renovation with a Chamber of Commerce ribbon cutting and Open House. The event was a great success, especially for two lucky visitors who won grand prizes in our business card drawing. Sandy Pearson, the President and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Michigan won tuition to attend

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Providence 2012 – Year in Review

The last year brought its share of triumphs and challenges for Providence, and we wanted to take a moment to remember some of the important changes that occurred. The company added several outstanding employees to our staff of IT professionals. Markief Eddins joined us at the tail end of 2011 as a Level 3 Tech.

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Employee Spotlight: Rick Thering, Senior Engineer

While Rick Thering has been employed at Providence for only 4 years, he has roots with the company that span nearly two decades. As a long-time friend of Providence President (and Chief Problem Solver) Jeff Dettloff, Rick can claim 18 years of working closely with the Providence founder. As the company’s Senior Engineer, Rick tackles

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Employee Spotlight: Anthony Latunski, Business Development Manager

Anthony Latunski joined Providence in January of 2012 and soon found that he had very big shoes to fill. Despite the challenge, Anthony dug deep and put in the time and effort required to find success and now, nine months later, his effect on the company has been profound. “My role at Providence,” says Anthony,

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Take5 with Providence’s Jeff Dettloff

Providence President Jeff Dettloff was profiled in the Lansing State Journal on Sunday July 1, for the Take5 segment within the paper’s business section. As outgoing President of the Capital Area IT Council, Jeff has a bird’s eye view of the challenges facing the IT industry in the capital city. Check out the article to

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Employee Spotlight: Kevin Boley, Level 1 Tech

Kevin Boley is one of Providence’s newest employees but he has very quickly made a place for himself within the company. Our customers and staff members appreciate his positive attitude and great work ethic. Kevin worked as an electrician for 13 years. In 2009, his employer was forced to downsize due to the economic slowdown,

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