If you’re looking for someone with experience in all things Apple, you’d be hard pressed to find someone more qualified than Dennis.
Dennis is the sole proprietor of his own Mac consultancy business where he plans, implements, and administers Mac and iOS installations. He provides both remote and on-site technical and systems support, and is a trusted advisor to principals. Dennis’ current primary clients include AutoCrafting, a $10M, 3-location corporation headquartered in Rochester, and Mason Marketing Communications, a $5M marketing firm in Penfield among a dozen others. Other notable clients include the University of Rochester and SUNY Brockport. Dennis started his consulting business in 2002 with a keen interest in the Mac and his talent to investigate, clearly explain and solve Mac usability issues.
Dennis’s leadership experience includes a year as president of Rochester’s AppleCIDER, one of the nation’s longest-standing Apple user groups. Dennis leads monthly presentation meetings and board-of-directors meetings for the 73-member organization. Previously, Dennis served on the AppleCIDER Board of directors from 2004 to 2009 and presented at the User Group Leadership Conference in New York City in 2003. While an undergraduate, Dennis rekindled MacRIT, an Apple user group on RIT’s campus.
Dennis’s previous work experience includes Senior IT Specialist at Infantino Associates, Brighton, NY. He supported a 35-member team of Mac users and was the sole administrator of all integrated file, print, web, mail and backup services. Dennis was also Senior Systems Engineer at Summit Software in Jamesville, NY.
Dennis earned an Information Technology, B.S. from Rochester Institute of Technology (1999).
Dennis is certified as an Apple Product Professional (2006-present).
Dennis’s media experience includes appearances on SoundBytes, America’s longest-running computer radio show, where he fields calls from the public. He has published several articles in Ziff-Davis’s MacAdministrator and MacAuthority journals, and at TidBITS, one of the longest-running Internet publications. Dennis currently blogs about thorny Mac issues at MacSmarts.com.