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(From Press-Release) Dan Foote, President of DanTech Services, Inc. has joined Robin Robins and a select group of cyber security experts and entrepreneurs to co-write the forthcoming book titled, Under Attack. Nick Nanton, Esq. along with business partner, JW Dicks, Esq., the leading agents to Celebrity Experts® worldwide, signed a publishing deal with each of these authors to contribute their expertise to the book, which is being released under their CelebrityPress™ imprint.
The IT experts in this book are people who are in business to protect digital information. In addition to unscrupulous sources that wish to profit from competitive information, businesses also have to deal with governmental regulations that ensure both consumers privacy as well as organizational transparency as well. Penalties for not adopting legislated governmental requirements in medical, financial and various other industries are severe. For business owners this book is truly Must Read!
A new multi-part series focusing on leading managed services providers that take care of the technology needs of cannabis entities, from seed to sale and beyond.
In November, I looked at DanTech, an MSP based in Anchorage, Alaska, that serves clients across Alaska and the West Coast. Founder Dan Foote launched the company in 2009, starting with block time services and then switching in 2011 to, predominantly, recurring revenue contracts and fully managed services.
I first met Dan a few years ago as I was exploring cannabis technologies. I consider him to be one of the top 10 MSPs in the cannabis space.
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