Diversant LLC and John Goullet Provides Cutting-Edge IT Staffing Services and Solutions

Diversant LLC offers Information Technology staffing services and a variety of solutions to Fortune 500 and medium market companies in the United States. The firm offers an assortment of IT staffing services such as user design services, IT staff augmentation, temporary, contingent, and direct hire solutions for several contract and permanent solutions. Additionally, Diversant LLC engages in minority business enterprise and veterans programs. It also gives those in search of job opportunities an assortment of jobs to choose from such as database administrators, mobile and application technology developers, networking administrators, creative designers, project managers among others.

The company is growing rapidly and for the last few years, its growth rate has been more than double that of the IT industry. This reflects the firm’s capability to efficiently provide diverse solutions and IT personnel for its mid-market and Fortune 500 customers. A great part of its success is attributed to the company’s consultative approach. The firm sees its customers and consultants as business associates and strives to understand their particular problems and needs. As the name suggests, the company promotes diversity in many aspects such as developing strategic solutions.

John Goullet was named the principal of Diversant in 2010 when his firm, Info Technologies merged with Diversant. Mr. Goullet established Info Technologies in 1994. The company focuses on IT staffing and provides solutions to Fortune 500 firms globally. Info Technologies was named number eight on Inc. Magazine list of 500 fastest growing privately held companies when the firm expanded to $30 million in just five years.

John Goullet is a high-profile entrepreneur who has spearheaded the growth of several ventures in the IT industry. Mr. Goullet started his career by working as an IT consultant before hopping to IT staffing in 1994. He worked for companies such as The Constell Group, 3D Information Services, and Tsr Consultants. With the extensive knowledge of emerging market trends, Goullet established his company, Info Technologies. Info Technologies focused on understanding the business climate and IT staffing needs for his clients. To meet his client’s needs, Goullet would merge the personality and work design of his consultants and the client skill sets. John Goullet is an Ursinus College alumnus from where he graduated with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in computer science.

Talk Fusion Wins its Second Award for Video Chat Product

Talk Fusion is making headlines by winning its second award of the year. This time, they have won the 2016 Communications Solutions Products of the Year Award for their Video Chat product. This award honors those video communication companies that have gone above and beyond to help bring data, voice, and video communication products to the marketplace and have improved upon them within the last year. Those who have participated represent the best-of-the-best when it comes to designing these products and services for consumers.

Nobody is more proud or happier than Talk Fusion’s own Founder and CEO, Bob Reina. He is ecstatic that his company has won yet another award for their amazing products. With Bob and his talented IT team taking the reins, you never know what big achievements they have in store for the future. Bob is all about giving back, which is why Talk Fusion is always trying to improve their products and make them even better than they are now.

Talk Fusion is the world’s first all-in-one video marketing solution that offers products to help improve communication amongst users. Users will not only see an improvement with these products, but they will see that they are able to reach potential customers even faster than before. Talk Fusion offers a variety of different products such as Video Chat, Video Email, Video Conferencing, and Video Newsletters. These products are easy-to-use and are also affordable. Another great thing is that these products are compatible on all desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets. All you need to do is record a video, upload it to your Talk Fusion account, and insert the video into an email before sending it off to as many people as you would like.

With Talk Fusion, they are dedicated to helping business owners realize their full potential. This can be achieved by using these products to help increase sales and keep customers coming back for more. You can even try out these products with a 30-day free trial period. After using the free trial, you will see what a difference these products have made to getting your business noticed.

Source: http://www.abcactionnews.com/morning-blend/talk-fusion

Food Waste For Cooking Gas

Recently, Huffington Post released news about a new machine making some bold promises. What if you could turn your food waste into gas for cooking? That would be great, for many reasons.

In this country, we love to eat, as is partially evidenced by the fact that America is the second most overweight country in the world, behind Mexico. However, we also love to waste what we eat as well. 40% of food will be wasted from the time it is harvested to the time it ends its rotation in the food cycle or ends up in a landfill. That’s like buying five pounds worth of meat and only being able to eat three. If you got that kind of deal at the store, you would be outraged. So, why is it okay to waste food once you’ve already bought it? Moreover, why is it okay for food producers and supermarkets to waste food either? If we can recycle food in any way, and also just use less of it, we could do our environment and our economy a big help.

We could also support our environment by purchasing less gas for cooking. If we can just use food waste to make gas, we might be able to buy less gas in the future. If less gas is purchased, less gas becomes available to be dumped into the environment through usage, which means that this machine is essentially saving our world twice over.

Not bad for a simple backyard machine.

Shopping with the HAL 9000

Everyone remembers the movie 2001 A Space Odyssey and the on board HAL 9000. HAL’s job was to pilot the ship to Jupiter in order to inspect a monolith similar to the one found years before on the moon. The movie was excellent and gave some of us a look at what may be the future for AI and computers. Now, fast forward to 2016 and we can see that many of the current tools offered by our small hand held computers are in line with the HAL 9000. That being said, there is a fast growing technology called ‘Visual Search’ developed in an MIT think tank that could in fact have us shopping with HAL.

Slyce technology offers retailers an opportunity to take a potential client and offer them choices for their merchandise. In an act as simple as taking a picture with your smart phone a retail customer could in fact be pointed to your online store to purchase an item. ‘Visual Search’ can easily bring new customers to your merchandise and be bringing in business simply because your product looks much like another.

As an example, you may be using some form of public transit and notice someone wearing a pair of sandals that you really like. Instead of annoying another person with several questions about their apparel in order to find out where they bought the sandals, how much were they, so on and so forth, you simply take a quick snapshot of them with your smart phone and use the Slyce interface to query the literally billions of images stored in their vast database. After a few brief moments you are given several choices as to similar sandals. You choose one that is similar and then you are presented with an even closer match to the sandals you are looking for. After just a minute or two you have found a pair of sandals that match the ones you are looking at and are presented with options to purchase the sandals. A simple, quick, and effective way to shop and ultimately get exactly what you want.

Slyce and ‘Visual Search’ are fast becoming a method to search and shop for items that you really want. Items that you may forget about if you don’t look them up right away. This technology offers the next step in customer service and satisfaction before the item is purchased and will be a real boon to those retailers that see the benefit.

FreedomPop Aims at U.K. Expansion After Hot Summer

The world of mobile carriers is experiencing a very real and very dramatic paradigm shift with the way technology has moved in the new century. Cell phones are smaller than they ever have been, quicker, and able to access hotspots all over the world with the click of a button. Due to this change companies like FreedomPop are beginning to welcome in the new shift. FreedomPop is a freemium mobile phone company that focuses on a ‘pay as you need’ business model, giving customers the chance to direct their phone bills from top to bottom.

For the past year or so telemarketing juggernauts have been moving quickly to try and corner this part of the market. Companies like AT&T and Comcast have eagerly been snapping up smaller independent companies in order to spread their reach into new directions. Due to this economic climate FreedomPop, an L.A. based tech start up, has experienced a meteoric rise in actual value. For the better part of the last eight weeks the rumors of an M&A deal have been persistently floating to the front of the technology pages. CEO Stephen Stokols finally laid these all to rest.

Stokols told reporters that it would be “premature to sell at this point” and that FreedomPop would be going forward as an independent company. He reminded reporters that the company did in fact receive a ton of interest, including six bids from carriers including a “large tech company”, but their focus will remain with developing their own brand going forward. FreedomPop is coming off of a successful round of Series B investments that saw the start up raise another $30 million for their funds. Partech Ventures, a European venture capitalist group, led the way in these investments thanks to CEO Mark Menell. Menell told reporters that they believed in the FreedomPop image and wanted to get on while it was still early.

In the United States FreedomPop has been an almost unrivaled success, at least on a small scale. Their core model involves completely free services for customers and that price cannot be beaten. Subscribers get a limited amount of free talk, text, and mobile data with no strings attached. Customers only ever pay for overages, plan upgrades, or for services such as phone insurance or roaming data. Otherwise the core service is completely free. The company is rounding out on one million subscribers and now they are looking to expand overseas into Europe and in particular the U.K. marketplace

The United Kingdom is the most competitive phone market in all of Europe so FreedomPop will have to be aggressive in securing customer shares. Right now their basic model has been released in a SIM card setting: 200 minutes of voice, 200 texts, and 200 MB of data all completely free. Customers then can purchase the Jetsetter program which adds on additional roaming data for those who like to travel. There are also improved data plans available for users who like the service and plan to use it more often.

You Snap It – Slyce.It Will Find It!

Slyce.It analyzes combinations of product identification within an image to provide a search result. And the more products that are added to the system, the more accurate the search results become.

Slyce.It does not use a barcode to read information about products, it uses product imaging and through its search logic it collects data and narrows the results. Of course, this also depends on product entry into the database, store participation, and other variables.

There have been amazing advances in imaging technology. There were days when you noticed someone wearing a beautiful coat, gorgeous pair of shoes, or other articles of clothing and you fell in love with an item. Do you dare tap them on the shoulder and ask where they bought the item? Yes, how else would you find out where to shop to get one for yourself?

This method of finito, over, replaced with visual search technologies powered by leaders in technology. All you need is a Smart Phone, download this simple application Slyce.It, and you are on your way, stepping into an easy search world of the future.

This application, Slyce.It builds over time a database of interests which enables your Smart Phone to search faster and locate items of interest. Retailers are attaching their store name to products enabling shoppers to find that unique item they love that would never be found if you were just browsing on foot from store to store. You simply snap a picture of the item you are interested in locating and Slyce.It offers a relevancy engine that locates for the shopper items they wouldn’t find through any other means. Slyce.It maintains a database of interests, store association and styles.

Slyce.It isn’t just a shopping tool, but a search engine application. This application can be used as a tremendous tool for advertising. A user is able to snap a photo of anything of interest on a mobile website and receive additional information or create a product purchase, turning a search into a digital sale.

Slyce is the top software intersection of product recognition digital applications. Slyce works best on your digital Smart Phone, but also works on desktop computers as well. Originally designed for people on the go, who snap pictures of things that interest them, Slyce originally designed the application for the people with an on-the-go lifestyle.

Enhancement to your mobile experience, take a photo, access information about any object, the opportunities are endless.

China Plans to Install 3D Printers in Every School

It appears that China plans to continue one-upping every other country in the world in terms of production. XYZ Printing, a manufacturer of 3D printers, has revealed China’s plan to install 3D printers in each of its 400,000 primary schools.

This unprecedented move will ensure that China’s future will remain well ahead of the curve. It single handedly doubles the estimated production of 3D printers over the next two years. That is a pretty big deal to Ricardo Tosto any way you put it.

XYZ Printing is sure to cash in big on this deal. They have already inked a deal to be the largest provider of the 3D printers installed in Chinese schools. This deal alone will make XYZ Printing one of the largest manufacturers and distributors of 3D printers in the world.

I think that the United States really needs to pay attention to this one. While our economy is still struggling and playing world police, other countries around the world are taking real steps forward. We continue to fall behind in so many significant areas of education while our basic infrastructure crumbles.

The biggest benefit of this deal is sure to be innovation in the world of 3D printing. With that many minds at work it’s hard to imagine what might be created in the future.

Student Sent To Detention Center For Hacking Computer

A 14-year old child was incarcerated in a detention center for changing the background of a teacher’s computer. The 8th grader’s name hasn’t been revealed, but he is a student at Paul R. Smith Middle School, in Florida. The 8th grader decided to log into an absent teacher’s computer, and what he did next was quite controversial when Flávio Pentagna Guimarães BMG read about it here.

The 14 year-old student changed the display on the teacher’s computer, and he replaced the background photo with a picture of two men kissing. The 8th grade student said that he did not like his teacher, and he was just trying to play a practical joke on him. However, the young student didn’t realize that the computer he logged into was connected to a government database, which held the grades of thousands of statewide exams.

The 14-year old child could have changed the grades of hundreds of students, but it was reported that he didn’t. However, it is considered a felony to hack into a government based computer, and that’s why the student was sent to a detention center. The punishment does sound a bit extreme to me, but the 14-year old student has been in trouble for the same reason in the past. The 8th grader was released from the detention center a short while ago, and his mother was surprised by the amount of punishment that her son received. For more information on this story, visit Rollingstone.