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12:34 provides technology services to companies that don't have their own IT department or those that require supplemental staff. Whether you need hardware/software recommendations and procurement, or custom software/web application development, we have certified professionals on staff to meet your needs. "No IT department? No problem!"

The Team

J. Alejandro Rosado Jr.

Founder & CEO

Susanne Dombrowski

Shareholder & CFO

Pam Beiler

Admin Assistant

Shelly Campbell

Senior Network Admin

Mike Chea

Technology Specialist

Blake Clemens

Technology Specialist

Alberto Flores

Technology Architect

Bill Gable

Project Manager

Joe Housley

Technology Services Manager

Dave Koppel

Developer II

Bobby Lee

Developer I

Jim McAllister

Chief Technology Architect

Doug Mendenhall

Developer I

Steve Reed

Technology Specialist

Zach Stolz

Developer 1

Tina Thalheimer

Office Admin

Sean Weaver

Developer II

Our Services

IT Support

Traditional, time-based IT support can be hard on the budget since you pay for potentially unknown resolution times.

We aren't traditional when it comes to our IT support. We offer a fixed price plan that results in rapid and effective resolution.

Fixed Price Support Plan + Server Virtualization + Antivirus + Firewall & Security + Back-up and Disaster Recovery + Email/Web Filtering

IT Support


We believe the web is the future of computing. As such, it has become our go-to platform for our development projects.

From public facing informational sites and internal business apps, to eCommerce sites and mobile apps, we would love to partner with you to build a perfect solution.

Web Sites + Design + Web Apps + eCommerce + iOS/Android/Windows Apps


Cloud Services

12:34 can help you with all of your hosting needs, from email hosting and web filtering, to data backup and site hosting.

With the cutting-edge expertise needed for this new era of hosted services, we'll tailor a perfect solution to fit your business or personal needs.

Email Hosting + Web Hosting + Azure Configuration + Office 365 + OpenDNS

Cloud Services



The Latest

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New Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10

  1. Windows Key + Arrow: Improvements to the snap view mode, allows for the use of the Up and Down arrow keys which permits the user to snap windows into 4 quarters.
  2. Windows + Tab: Opens up "Task View", where the user can see what programs and desktops they currently have open, and add or remove desktop instances.
  3. Alt + Tab: Opens up "Task View" and only stays open while the user still holds the Alt button. The difference from above is that it only cycles through the opened programs in the current desktop view.
  4. Windows key + Ctrl + D: Creates new virtual desktop
  5. Windows key + Ctrl + F4: Closes current virtual desktop
  6. Windows key + Ctrl + Left or Right: Switches virtual desktop

Microsoft Office 2016 for 365 Released Today!


For all of our Microsoft Office 365 subscribers, we are pleased to announce that the latest version of Office (2016) has been released today. This update is geared toward a more seamless integration in the workplace with a range of new features including allowing users to easily share documents among one another with the click of a button, and taking that one step further by allowing live, real-time multiple user edits.

If you're not an Office 365 subscriber, and would like to know more, or you are one and have questions about the new version, or if you need assistance with your upgrade to Windows 10, please contact us at 1-866-327-1234 or .

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Move Windows Between Desktops

New with Windows 10, Microsoft has now enabled the user to have multiple desktop instances. This can easily be created by using the keyboard combination of the Windows Key + Ctrl + D.

Once the new desktop has been created, click the Task Pane View in the desktop that the window is being moved from. You should now see a view that shows all open programs in the selected desktop. Find the window that you want to move, and Right-Click on it. As you can see below, navigate to the "Move to" option and chose the desktop to which you want to move the window.

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Snipping Tool Delay

New with Windows 10, Microsoft has now enabled the user to have a time-delayed snip. This allows the user to be able to snip item's such as pop-up menus, or anything that involves some sort of mouse movements. In prior versions, it could be achieved by taking a full screen shot using Print Screen, and then cropping or snipping that image. A few steps can be removed now using the Delay option.

To start, open up the Snipping Tool. It should look very familiar with the addition of the Delay button. When you click that, you should see the following screen:

The user then needs to change the delay time, which starts out automatically at 0. Once a new delay time is set, click New. Unlike previous versions, the screen won't fade out for your snip until the specified delay time has passed. This is what allows the user time to click on menu's, or any other desired items.

This is just one of the many great features that Windows 10 has to offer. If you have any questions on any of the other features, or need assistance with your upgrade to Windows 10, please contact us at 1-866-327-1234 or .

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