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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

Doug Mendenhall

Developer I

Steve Reed

Technology Specialist

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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PowerPoint Shortcuts

Shortcuts are always a great way to improve efficiency and speed things up. Just like in all Microsoft applications, PowerPoint has them too. Listed below are various shortcuts to help while working in Microsoft's PowerPoint.

  • Ctrl + M: Create a new slide
  • Ctrl + Z: Undo edits made to a slide
  • Ctrl + Y: Redo edits made to a slide
  • Ctrl + C: Copies selected slide
  • Ctrl + V: Pastes selected slide: You can determine placement by going to Slide or Outline view. The pasted slide will appear after the selected slide in the view.
  • Ctrl + D: Duplicates a selected shape, image, or chart
  • Ctrl + K: Inserts Hyperlink to the user selected text

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We're Back!

Wow! What a week of excitement we had attending the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando two weeks ago! Big things are coming from Microsoft over the next several months. Most importantly: Windows 10 which is set to launch tomorrow!

Windows 10 is familiar and easy to use. It includes an improved Start menu and is designed to startup and resume fast. Plus, it's packed with better security and new innovations including Microsoft Edge—an all-new browser.

As you may have heard, Microsoft is providing Windows 10 for free. Here is how it works:

  • Must have a current license of Windows 7, 8, or 8.1. (Home or Professional.)
  • Must redeem your free upgrade to Windows 10 by July 29th, 2016.
  • The license is free for the life of the device.
  • After July 29, 2016, free upgrades will no longer be available; licenses will have to be purchased.
  • Upgrade will be delivered via Windows Update.

If you are a client under our 12:34 CARE program, I will be coming to meet with you to discuss and demo Windows 10 as well as to discuss deployment. If you are not a client and would like a free Windows 10 demo and/or help with your free upgrade, just email

Along with Windows 10, Microsoft will be releasing new versions of Office, Exchange, SQL, SharePoint and Windows Server. More on those products as we get closer to their launch.

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Show Duplicate Values in Columns in Excel

While Microsoft's Excel comes with many built-in features, formulas, and libraries they can also make it seem very complicated and quickly overwhelming. So while those are great sometimes it's the simplest of features that are the most useful.

Let's pretend that you keep your contacts and information in an Excel file, and you want to find out if there are multiple instances of the same phone number.

  1. Highlight all cells that you want to find duplicate instances in. It can be any combination of Row, Columns, or any Random cells
  2. Navigate to the Home Ribbon, select "Conditional Formatting" -> "Highlight Cells Rules" -> "Duplicate Values"
  • • As you can see from the example above there are many options other then finding Duplicate Values, take a few minutes to try them out and see if they can help you in any other ways!

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Password Protect Word Documents

Have you ever had a situation where you've wanted to restrict access to certain Word documents? Maybe you share a computer with a family member, and you have a list of Birthday present ideas for them saved on it. To help secure your privacy, Microsoft allows the user to set a password which is prompted anytime the document is open.

  1. Navigate to the File Ribbon
  2. On the Info tab Click Protect Document
  3. Select Encrypt with Password
  4. Enter desired Password into the text box and click OK

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