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Friday, April 21, 2017 : Arrowood Golf Course (Oceanside, CA)

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Eight playing spots (Two PowerUp foursomes and four additional reception tickets)
Company name as presenting sponsor on signage and all marketing materials and one dedicated, post-event e-blast.
Choice of hole sponsorship with contest (Hole In One, Putting, Closest to the Pin)
Custom speaking and branding opportunities

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$2,000 Beer Hole Sponsor (2)

  • Four playing spots (One PowerUp foursome and four additional reception tickets)
  • Keg and bartender provided by course at your hole
  • Optional: Staff your hole and interact with players

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$1,500 Hole Sponsor with staffing (5)

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      $1,500 Drink Ticket Sponsor (1)

    • Four playing spots (One PowerUp foursome and four additional reception tickets)
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      $1,000 Branding Hole Sponsor no staffing (5)

    • Four playing spots (One PowerUp foursome and four additional reception tickets)
    • Signage/branding at your hole: No staff

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Traditional Foursome: $150 per player

All players enjoy a complete program of special events: 18 holes of golf (including cart), lunch, raffles, silent auction, exciting awards and reception dinner including cocktails. (PowerUP! For $25 more per player we’ll include 2 Mulligans, 1 Grenade, and one String It Out per player!)

Small Biz Foursome: $125 per player

All the same fun stuff as the traditional foursome, just for companies with 250 employees or less. (PowerUP available)

Awards Reception Only: $35

Not a golfer? Join us for our lively awards reception after the tournament. Includes dinner, cocktails and silent auction.
*Awards reception tickets included for foursomes, single golfers, and select sponsors.

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Get an EDGE

Mulligans: $5 (4 Max)

Grenade: $12 (2 Max)
Throw the ball one time, instead of hitting it with a club.

String it out: $15
A four-foot string may be used during play to improve your lie or avoid a stroke. Cut the amount of string you use and use what’s left until it’s gone.

PowerUP! $25
2 Mulligans, 1 Grenade, and one String It Out

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Play for Cash & Prizes!

50/50 Helicopter Ball Drop: $10 per ticket
A cash prize goes to the winner of this raffle. Tickets for the helicopter ball drop are on sale until SOLD OUT!

Orange Ball: $5 per player
Entire team must enter to play. Each team that plays receives an orange golf ball that must be used by a different golfer in the group on every hole. The ball must rotate consecutively amongst all golfers. Don't lose the ball for the entire 18 holes. Any teams that complete the round with the ball still in possession are entered into a mystery drawing.

Pro Play: Our pro drives for you, if your team gets an Eagle you’re headed to Pebble Beach for three rounds of golf.

Ring Around the Pin: Double or nothing cash wager on teeing off and landing inside a ring on the green of a par 3.

Multiple Pin Birdie: Double or nothing cash wager on your team getting a birdie on one of three pins on a par 3.

Longest Drive & Closest the Pin: Dinner for two at Karl Strauss.

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Get the WIN

First place trophy + $200
18 holes at Arrowood & paid entrance for San Diego’s own Randy Jones Invitational.

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How male allies can support women in technology

By Jennifer Manry and Mike Wisler as written on techcrunch.com
The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing couldn’t be more aptly named: It truly is a celebration of the technical innovation, inclusive focus and relentless drive of women in tech.
We were thrilled to be a small part of the celebration this fall, along with 15,000 other women technologists and male allies. You’ve hopefully heard a lot about the movement around women in tech, raising awareness about the challenges that women face in the tech industry and the importance of hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. A part of that dialogue is about gender allies — the concept that men need to be a part of the solution to reach gender parity in technology fields.
There are so many reasons that men should get involved and be true allies to women in tech: It’s the right thing to do. It’s good for business. Diverse teams that reflect the end user create better results for customers. Male allies respect and appreciate their female teammates. They believe in equality.
According to a study conducted by the National Center for Women & Information Technology, gender diversity benefits businesses in several ways, including better financial performance and superior team dynamics and productivity in gender-balanced companies. Studies report that gender-diverse technology organizations and departments produce work teams that stay on schedule and under budget and demonstrate improved employee performance.
So, how do men become allies and be part of the solution that will so obviously make us as an industry and a society more successful? For starters, it’s not a label that you can self-appoint. The title “ally” is earned. Being an ally is an action, not a noun. If you’re on the sideline thinking about how sensitive and aware you are, you’re not an ally. You have to take action, and drive impact.
And really, you’re not a male ally until women in tech identify you as one.
It was just over a year ago that we learned this lesson together. We attended a conference where women and men delved into the issues that women in tech face, how men impact them and what change really looks like. It involved uncomfortable conversation, awkward moments and even some jaw-dropping confessions.
The crucial component was honesty in a safe space where everyone assumed positive intent. We talk a lot about positive intent at the office because it’s one of our core values. If you start with assuming whomever you’re talking to is coming from a place of positivity, everyone involved benefits from seeing multiple sides of an issue and not jumping to conclusions.
That was when we decided to become part of the solution together.
Armed with the tools and tactics we learned, we started a Women in Tech Male Allies initiative with the goal of raising awareness about the challenges women face, identifying ways men can be a part of the solution, providing education about unconscious bias and training men and women to call out and work through bias issues. We both learned more about the issues and how we could take this newly formed partnership back to our teams to amplify the dialogue.
The partnership element is crucial: Having a woman in tech and a man who is actively working to be a better ally meant we were able to show — rather than just say — how having a trusted partner is invaluable to the process and to making progress.
Being a gender ally isn’t easy. In fact, we can guarantee that you’ll make mistakes just like we did. The thing to remember is that we’re all human. We will inevitably make mistakes. But, if you have a partnership and a trust that grants permission to be imperfect, those mistakes become learning opportunities and teachable moments.
And to be clear, it’s not just the male allies who will fall short from time to time. Women in tech have a lifetime of experiences of receiving bias that may have been unconscious or outright explicit. Extraordinarily valid feelings stemming from that can be a barrier to accepting help or support from men who genuinely do want to help. Both sides have ample opportunities to misstep. Just like in tech, the “fail fast” mentality works. Do everything you can to get it right, but when you don’t, learn from it and make the next time better.
Through our work at Capital One, we’ve found that men can help by serving as allies and contributing to a culture of inclusion. They don’t do this by charging in to save the day; instead, male allies play a supportive role in addressing the challenges that women face in the tech industry. Women in tech can invite men into the conversation and be a trusted partner to start and continue the dialogue. Gender parity isn’t going to be achieved by a single group. We’ll get there faster together.


Office365's Government Community Cloud: Benefits, Features, and Capabilities

Microsoft created Office365 Government Community Cloud (GCC) to cater exclusively to your federal, state, and local government's specific needs.

Safe, Secure, Separate

Microsoft is using GCC to make sure your government data is safe, secure, and separate. First, Office365 has data separation at the application layer.  For advanced security, GCC uses a completely different infrastructure than the infrastructure used for commercial Office365 customers, creating a second layer of physical separation for customer content.


 Data Won't Need a Passport

All the data you store in GCC will be stored in the United States only. This means you won't have to worry about where your data is really going when you upload something to the cloud.  All GCC datacenters are physically located in the United States, along with the Office365 services that come along with them.


Restricted Access

Microsoft personnel who have access to Office 365 GCC must be U.S. citizens, as well as undergo strict background investigations to ensure they are providing you with the utmost security.  Consider them as well screened as any other protector of government data.


Certifications and Accreditations

Office 365 Government complies with certifications and accreditations that are required for U.S. Public Sector customers by supporting the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (at a Moderate Impact level).  Support for CJIS requirements for law enforcement agencies can be found on Exchange Online (and Exchange Online Archiving), SharePoint Online, and Office Online. 

Learn more about how the Office365 Government Community Cloud can support your local, state, or federal government by contacting us today!


Technology is changing how we retire

By Tucker Smith as written on techcrunch.com
From baby boomers to Generation X to millennials, it seems that each generation faces a new set of problems that they believe to be tougher to solve than those faced by the former generation. Baby boomers grew up during the height of the Cold War, Gen Xers took the brunt of the recession and millennials are burdened with more student debt than ever before.
Retirement is a hotbed issue that elicits different reactions depending on the age of the individual in question, but proves to be a problem that affects all three generations. Varying degrees of access, familiarity and trust in technology and differing definitions of a successful retirement are at the root of each demographic’s approach to the subject.
What’s interesting is that some traditional forms of investing, such as real estate and stock trading, are thought of differently by each demographic, while other traditional mediums, such as the 401k, are utilized in relatively the same manner.

401ks by generation

But more on that later. First, let’s break down how each generation handles retirement planning.

Baby Boomers (the Social Security generation)

Born between 1946 and 1964, the baby boom generation was raised in a conflicted and industrialized world that witnessed the Korean War, Vietnam and the creation of the United States as an industrial superpower. They were among the first to be born into an America that had a plan for their retirement: Social Security.
Passed in 1935, the Social Security Act was intended to provide the elderly with the means to exit the workforce at age 65. Baby boomers were raised to have full confidence in the program, which explains why one-third of their population today plans on using Social Security as their primary source of retirement income.
Millennials are the generation that everyone seems to have an opinion about.
In theory, the concept is simple: Those who are able to work will give a portion of their wages to those who are no longer able to work, which by today’s numbers amounts to 2.8 workers for every Social Security beneficiary. The average beneficiary can expect $1,229.85 each month from Social Security, making that the primary source of income for 24.31 million baby boomers in retirement.
This cold, hard fact has caused almost two-thirds of baby boomers to plan on retiring after the age of 65, with more than half of them classifying a reduced work schedule and retirement as the same.
Though they grew up hearing the benefits that came with Social Security, baby boomers are quickly realizing that it is not enough to retire on, and they are scrambling like crazy to make ends meet.

Generation X (the 401k generation)

Born between 1965 and 1978, Gen Xers are products of the early-stage technology boom. Witnessing the rise of the Internet in adulthood, they are familiar with technology but face trust issues with it from time to time. They are also the first generation to question the capabilities of Social Security, and saw their employers adapt the 401k on a wide scale as they began entering the workforce in the mid to late 1980s, making them the “401k generation.”
Gen Xers pioneered the idea of structured, personal retirement planning by integrating the 401k into the core of their retirement plans. Compared to the other two generations, Gen Xers are more likely to opt into a 401k, if offered, and are more likely to use professional financial planners than baby boomers. Around 83 percent of Gen Xers do not believe that Social Security will be there for them at their desired retirement age, which will be after the age of 65 according to 54 percent of them. Their lack of confidence in Social Security has caused most of them to believe they will need to work part-time into “retirement” strictly for financial reasons.
Though they came of age in a digital world, Gen Xers are less likely to trust financial technology, fintech, which is why we see a denser consolidation of retirement funds in their 401k accounts compared to their millennial successors. Gen Xers show an important progression in retirement planning by taking the baby boomer approach a step further with a more hands-on, personal approach.


Millennials (the innovation generation)

Born between 1979 and 1996, millennials are the generation that everyone seems to have an opinion about, but there seems to be a general consensus that they are in one way or another disruptive. Essentially born with technology in hand and little, if any, memory of a world without the Internet, millennials stereotypically tend to more quickly accept change and are open to challenging traditional ways of thinking and living. Consequently, this coexistence with technology comes with an inherent need for instant gratification and access to information.
Contrary to what the 401k graphs mentioned above might have alluded to, surveys have shown that millennials are actually more conscious and proactive about retirement than the two previous generations. On average, they began saving for retirement 13 years before the baby boomers and five years before Gen Xers.
However, the results of this trend are not reflected in the most obvious of ways. A little bit of math reveals that millennials actually contribute less to 401ks each year than the baby boomers ($2,357.14) and Gen Xers ($1,372.55) at an average of only $864.86. But that doesn’t mean that they are saving less. In fact, studies have shown quite the opposite.
The story behind millennials’ smaller 401k contributions is actually that they have progressed Gen Xer’s retirement approach a step further by being more open to adapting new tech-savvy platforms and services that enable them to diversify their investment funds. Innovations in fintech and real estate have allowed millennials to capitalize on their adaptive nature and enter positions that were previously unavailable to the twenty-somethings of past generations.

Gen Xers are less likely to trust financial technology

Robo investment services like Wealthfront and Betterment have given them the confidence to begin stock trading earlier than previous generations, which had to learn the ins and outs of the industry in order to be effective with their money. We can see this boosted confidence again with increased adaptation of services like Acorns, which make saving and investing automated, and Robinhood, which makes stock-trading decisions free and mistakes less significant.
The investment platforms mentioned above have all made stock trading accessible to a wider range of people through different approaches, but have uniformly shifted the millennial generation’s perception of the industry.
Baby boomers, Gen Xers and millennials all perceive real estate differently, as well. Growing up in an America with new suburbs popping up every month, baby boomers view properties as nest eggs that people plan on living in for years. To them, owning a home was an accomplishment that checked off a box on their adulthood to-do list, or, in other words, it was expected.
In general, Gen Xers originally viewed finding a place to live similarly to baby boomers, but when the housing bubble burst in 2007, and a lot of them lost the homes in which they were supposed to raise their new families, their views changed. Since the burst, the United States has become a nation of renters, with recovering Gen Xers and non-stationary millennials leading the trend. In turn, landlords have seen great profits due to landmark increases in rent rates, making buy and hold rental properties a “must have” in one’s retirement portfolio.

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Benefits of Using A Cloud Solution Provider for Office 365

Customers today are demanding that more and more of their IT solutions be deployed in the cloud. Industry analysts agree this trend will not only continue, but accelerate in the future. Feedback from customers say they would like their Technology Partner engaged at every part as their moving to cloud - from sales to renewal, from billing and provisioning, to full support. By partnering with a Cloud Solution Provider, customers could have one point of contact with one monthly bill for all their Microsoft cloud solutions.
Office 365 is one of the most deployed productivity suites because of its flexibility, availability, and functionality, and many organizations that already have the staff to manage their productivity and desktop environment are still seeing the benefits from partnering with a Cloud Solution Provider.

Save Your IT Department Deployment Time

Customers realize real, long-term value from Office 365 once they’re fully onboarded. Microsoft's Cloud Service Provider (CSP) program streamlines the designing, planning, and deploying components. Cloud solutions are customized specifically for each customer and focus on driving internal productivity, collaboration and culture – which provides valuable business outcomes. This reduces the time needed for your internal IT department to overcome the learning curve for designing, planning, and deploying Office 365 and could be allocated toward more strategic business initiatives.
The demand for Office 365 from businesses that want to be more productive, collaborative and mobile continues to increase. By leveraging the expertise of a Microsoft CSP certified partner, purchasing Office 365 is seamless, the agreement lifecycle is automated, and the deployment process is managed by your service provider.

Admin Portal Control

Partnering with a CSP doesn't reduce any admin privileges, you will still have full access to the Admin Portal and see everything related to your Office 365 environment.
By working with a CSP, the customer decides what they want to administer and what they want their Technology Partner to control/support. Outsourcing parts of these backend processes lets the customer’s IT staff stay strategic and efficient as they focus on their core business, which can also be referred to as a blended IT workforce.

Monthly Per User Pricing

CSPs not only offer Office 365, but they include support and value-added solutions through services and applications that could all be added to one bill based on per user, per month pricing. Enhancements of working with a CSP include a new “concierge” style of services that include proactive onboarding support, early onsite services, as well as follow-up work.

24/7 Support for IT Staff

By working with a CSP that offers 24/7 support, your IT admins have support for the deployment and administration of Office 365 products. The CSP provider functions as an IT outsource to ensure any incident is proactively managed and solved.
This support assists internal IT departments with ongoing management of Office 365.
The CSP program allows Managed Solution to build stronger relationships with our customers and provide them with the best cloud solutions to empower their business. Managed Solution customers in the Cloud Solution Provider Program receive unlimited access to the Enterprise Level Support and Premiere Deployment services that only 1st Tier CSP’s can provide through their Microsoft Partnership.

For more information on joining Managed Solution's Cloud Solution Provider Program, call 800-307-0296 or complete the form below and we will contact you:



Managed Solution has partnered with the Salvation Army of San Diego to help fight hunger in our local community through a food drive

The Managed Solution team is passionate about helping families in need and supporting the Salvation Army of San Diego. The Salvation Army helps provide 60 million meals through their Hunger Relief program to anyone in need through its many soup kitchens, sit-down meal programs, food pantries, mobile meals and community gardens. Managed Solution has bins and boxes set up in the office collecting nonperishable food items through December 21st. So clean out your cupboards, hit up big lots, or your local grocery store and help a family in need. Don’t have time to shop and just want to donate please visit the Salvation Army website.
Changing Lives One Donation at a Time!

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The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
The Salvation Army is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Managed Solution demonstrates its commitment to people through contributions, charitable sponsorships and employee volunteer programs in the communities where we work and live. To learn more about Managed Solution’s charitable sponsorships, visit our community page.


This #GivingTuesday support @jitfosteryouth & contribute to a better future for San Diego’s foster youth.

This is a great opportunity for you to give thanks for your good fortune over the next few days. Please consider taking time out between now and midnight on December 1st, Giving Tuesday, to make a gift to the young adults in our community who need our support at this critical juncture in their lives. When you do you'll become part of a collective effort, launched four years ago as a global call-to-action. Giving Tuesday allows us all to come together in a short window of time to make a real impact in our communities.
And the opportunity for our JIT Community is even greater this year because we can take advantage of “matching funds” from the Century Club of San Diego, the philanthropic group that puts on the prestigious Farmers Insurance Open PGA Golf Tournament at Torrey Pines each January. This year, Just in Time has been selected as one of only 12 nonprofit beneficiaries of the tournament.
When you make a fully tax-deductible contribution between now and midnight on Giving Tuesday at the link below, the Century Club will pay the credit card fees, add funds from a bonus pool, and then transfer the full amount of your gift to Just in Time!
Our goal this Giving Tuesday is to raise $50,000 from our community of support and receive a $25,000 match from the Century Club to invest in the hundreds of young people who leave foster care each year and count on Just in Time to be the family that every child deserves. We cannot achieve this $75,000 goal without you, so before midnight on Giving Tuesday, December 1st, please donate to The Century Club on behalf of Just in Time for Foster Youth.


Managed Solution demonstrates its commitment to people through contributions, charitable sponsorships and employee volunteer programs in the communities where we work and live. To learn more about Managed Solution’s charitable sponsorships, visit our community page.


Earlier this month Microsoft updated their Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for iOS with support for renaming file and more. Find the full change log below.

Change log:

•Fonts when you need them: Are you missing fonts in a document? Word automatically downloads them when you need them.
•Quickly jump to a page: Long document? Navigate to a specific page — fast! Scroll, hold and drag to go directly to the page you need.
•Rename a file: Everyone likes a do-over! Now you can name a Word doc directly from the Open or Recent tab.
•Add and edit comments: You’ve got something to say. Now that’s easier to do, because you can create and edit comments in Excel on iPad.
•All comments in one place: Seeing is believing. View everyone’s comments in the new Comments task pane on iPad.
•Rename a file: Everyone likes a do-over! Now you can name an Excel spreadsheet directly from the Open or Recent tab.
•Rename a file: Everyone likes a do-over! Now you can name a PowerPoint presentation directly from the Open or Recent tab.

Source: http://microsoft-news.com/microsoft-updates-word-excel-and-powerpoint-apps-for-ios-with-support-for-renaming-file-and-more/

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