Computer Solutions of SC Adds Anthony Patrick

Southeast leader in the integration, customization and management of
Microsoft Dynamics GP, CRM solutions, and IT Services adds engineer to support growing
IT Services demand

September 28, 2010 (Greenville, SC) - Computer Solutions of SC, http://www.computersolutionssc.com, a company specializing in the integration, customization and management of Microsoft Dynamics GP (accounting), CRM (customer relationship management) solutions and IT Services, announced today they added Anthony Patrick as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer.

Anthony Patrick will work with clients who have ongoing IT Services needs and will lead IT Services special projects. His responsibilities include hardware, software and network upgrades, implementation and maintaining security for servers, providing onsite and remote support to end users, virtualization of servers, implementing disaster recovery strategies and helping clients anticipate future IT needs. He has over 15 years of experience as a Systems Administrator in the Carolinas.

“Anthony is a very competent engineer and a great addition to our staff. Our customers expect excellent service, and Anthony’s expertise and dedication to clients is a great fit for everyone”, stated Brian Phillips, owner of Computer Solutions of SC.

About Computer Solutions of SC

Computer Solutions of SC, headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina, specializes in the integration, customization and management of Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM and a full-range onsite and remote IT Services to clients throughout Upstate, South Carolina and the southeast. IT Services from Computer Solutions of SC include virtualization, hardware/software procurement and installation, server installation, workstation support, security network design, network monitoring, troubleshooting, disaster recovery, hosted exchange and others. Long-term contracts for IT Services are not required. For more information on Computer Solutions, visit http://www.computersolutionssc.com.

4 comments (Add your own)

1. Alicia wrote:
Why do I bother calling up peploe when I can just read this!

Thu, May 3, 2012 @ 10:34 AM

2. Tirelo wrote:
I had some time this morning and spent it looinkg at your photos. It seems you get better and better if that is possible. I love seeing someone with a talent and passionunfold with that dream before my eyes. I know you are really busy and that is a good thing. When you do have a minute or hour please get away and come see us.When the time comes .I hope I can afford your services. You are big time and on your way girl. Love ya, KIM

Thu, May 3, 2012 @ 2:23 PM

3. Twoz wrote:
On July 29, 2011 , the appeals in the rdeemial cases of Parnell v San Francisco Presbytery andCaledonia v. John Knox Presbytery will be heard by the GAPJC in Louisville. Both cases deal with ordination decisions at odds with Constitutional and Scriptural standards.In the Parnell matter, the PJC Case Committee requested a supplemental brief on whether the case is moot because of 10-A.The attached is the complainant's submission, which argues: the case regarding the approval of Lisa Larges' ordination under G-106.6b is not mooted by 10-A because 10-A does not present a new standard. Both the current G-6 and 10-A refer to the source of the fidelity/chastity standard: the Scriptures, which have not changed. What is at issue is nothing less than whether the PCUSA still acknowledges Scripture as the only true guide to faith and practice. The question is presented starkly: does the Scripture's prohibition of homosexual relationships still guide our ordination standards?The presbyteries in both cases argue the meaning of Scripture is obscure and that it is not the purview of the Commission to impose the single, unchanging interpretation suggested by the complainants.The Commission's decision is expected to be released by August 3. There is concern the Commission may seek to avoid controversy by issuing a narrow opinion that only applies to G-6.0106 and does not consider 10-A, or one based on esoteric procedural grounds. These options are only available if Presbyterians don’t understand their implication. Let's be clear: if the Commission does anything other than boldly declare that Scripture's requirement for fidelity in heterosexual marriage or chastity in singleness is clear and binding on the church, it implicitly is upholding the opposite; the Commission will be saying that Scripture no longer guides us; that it no longer is binding on the church. Anything other than a clear declaration in favor of the authority of the revealed Word of God is a declaration against it.Pray for case counsel, Rev. Mary Holder Naegeli and elders Bruce McIntosh and Whit Brisky, as they present the cases. Pray also for the commissioners that they will understand that upholding the clear mandate of Scripture regarding sexual ethics is not only their obligation and duty, but their spiritual act of worship.Rev. Rick Carter, a PCUSA pastor in New Jersey, has a good analysis of the meaning of the possible outcomes of this case: More documents and case information can be found on Mary Naegeli’s website: Especially read the Appellant's Supplemental Brief.Mary NaegeliBruce McIntosh

Fri, May 4, 2012 @ 3:44 AM

4. Leo wrote:
The biggest poblrem is people refuse to look with their hearts.You can't see the world with your eyesAs so much of it is man made not the way it was created to beMeaning enhanced or recreated how they want things to look or be.Although Jesus could see us with His eyes. He chose to view us for what is inside insteadWe as believers and children of the one true God need to do this as wellI hold my beauty inside me.The kind God made for me

Mon, July 23, 2012 @ 6:33 AM

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