Velma German Retires

The year was 1982.  The Computing Center was just over four years old.  The IBM PC was released the summer before and we were still trying to figure out whether these "new fangled" micro-computers might have a place in business. 

We owned a DEC PDP11/34 mini computer and had written a full-service payroll processing program for it the previous year.  We collected weekly and bi-weekly timesheets from our clients, keyed in the payroll information, printed checks, and delivered the completed reports and employee checks back the next business day. This part of our business was growing and we needed someone to work "the evening" shift to process the days payroll that had come in. Velma German joined our staff as our second full-time outside employee and has been with us ever since!


Computing Center - Lisa D'Annibale - SPCA Volunteer

In July, Lisa D'Annibale, The Computing Center's senior programmer and web mistress was featured in an Ithaca Journal article and video -  "Life in Tompkins:  SPCA of Tompkins uses foster homes to save lives".  Lisa has been fostering dogs for the SPCA for over eleven years.  

Here's the link to the Ithaca Journal Article:

In addition, The Computing Center is proud to be a Silver Sponsor for the SPCA of Tompkins County 2013 March for the Animals this September!

The March for the Animals is the SPCA's biggest fundraising event of the year. The money raised goes towards the medical care of the nearly 3,000 animals who pass through their doors every year!

In 2001 the SPCA of Tompkins County became the first "no-kill" open admission shelter in the country and has been committed to saving the lives of every adoptable animal ever since.

The March for the Aniimals will be held on
September 28, 2013
at the
F. R. Newman Arboretum,
Cornell Plantations

For more information about the March for the Animals and our local SPCA:

Open Positions At The Computing Center

The Computing Center is growing.  We currently have three open positions available right now.

The first two are for candidates with similar skills. One is for placement at a Computing Center client where you'd be working full-time.  The other is at our location in Ithaca where you'd work as a bench technician as well as at client sites.  Here's the link to the job description and where to send your resume:

The last position is for a Cold Fusion programmer with some SQL skills.


Computing Center wins Cornell Award

The Computing Center has been recognized with a Cornell University Top Supplier award for 2013. The awards were presented to Becky Martin and Mary Stazi at a Supplier Recognition Event hosted by Cornell Procurement Services on June 12, 2013. 
This is the second year that Cornell has made awards to its top performing suppliers. The awards recognize the companies that have consistently performed best in product and service quality, pricing, order fulfillment, customer satisfaction, and social responsibility. Cornell campus customers are invited to evaluate supplier performance through a customer satisfaction survey. Cornell is the first university to recognize suppliers in this way. 
The Computing Center has been a local supplier to Cornell for most of our history going back over thirty years. In addition to many other products and services we provide to Cornell, we are the primary supplier to the University for computer printer toners and inks. During the last 12 months, we have procured, managed and delivered over 10,000 printer toner and ink cartridges to the University. 
For more information about supplier awards, click here for the Cornell "Pawprint" news article.

Computer Service Technician Opening

The Computing Center has an opening for a fulltime computer service technician.  Click on the folllowing link for more information:

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