Cambium Group Launches Site for ManagedStorage International

first_imgCambium Group, LLC, a leading web site development firm specializing in innovative web site designs and content management systems launched a new web site for ManagedStorage International (MSI).MSI’s new site www.msiservice.com(link is external) presents a completely new design for the company. In addition to the website, Cambium Group designed print collateral to coordinate with the new look of the site, thus providing a consistent look and feel between media.Cambium Groups content management system is the ideal solution for MSI. The system allows me to instantly add, modify, or delete web content through an online interface without needing to use any internal IT resources, said Kevin Thomas, director of marketing communications for ManagedStorage International.In addition to the web site deployment, Cambium Group delivered a complete portfolio of presentation templates, collateral designs, and pocket folders. Their follow through and responsiveness was stellar and enabled a smooth deployment of our entire marketing campaign.The new site features a thorough architecture that clearly presents the solutions and capabilities of MSI. In addition, MSI can add or change pages throughout allowing them to expand the web site as their business changes and grows.The most powerful feature is Cambium Group’s content management system which allows MSI to easily and quickly keep new marketing promotions in front of new customers, and keep company news in front of their current customers and partners. Most importantly, the content management system provides MSI the ability to control their main site, as well as three separate password-protected micro sites for their partners. All content on each site can be controlled such as text, images, news items, events, helpful links, promotional spotlights, white papers (.pdf files), PowerPoint presentations, and keywords (meta tags).”The design work and web site development we’ve completed for MSI really demonstrates Cambium Group’s one-stop solution for integrating online and offline media”, remarked Cambium Group’s President, Scott Wells. “MSI’s new site is the result of an extremely smooth and well coordinated effort between our two companies.”last_img read more

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Louie Luchini wins MDI half-marathon

first_imgBAR HARBOR — Two Ellsworth runners led the pack of 365 competing in the 38th Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Half Marathon on Saturday.Louie Luchini, 34, finished first in one hour, 13 minutes and 48 seconds – averaging a 5:38-minute mile pace over 13.1 miles. Matt Homich, 26, took second in 1:17:09.Chris Gabrielson, 27, of Westford, Massachusetts, placed third in 1:19:36.For the women, Christine Twining, 40, of Brunswick won in 1:29:58. Tammy Slusser, 50, of Monroeville, Pennsylvania, took second in 1:31:45. Amy Oliver, 44, of Belgrade placed third in 1:32:49.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textDivision winners are listed below:Female age 1-19: Clara Beal, 18, of Marion (2:18:42).Male age 1-19: Brendan Penfold, 15, of Deer Isle (1:45:52).Female age 20-29: Kassandra Strout, 25, of Trenton (1:39:28).Male age 20-29: Shane Ruddy, 24, of Worcester, Massachusetts (1:21:17).Female age 20-29: Megan Baertsch, 30, Duluth, Minnesota (1:36:54).Male age 30-39: Andrew Kephart, 30, Ellsworth (1:23:57).Female age 40-49: Brooke Carleton, 43, of Huntington, Vermont (1:44:36).Male age 40-49: Rico Portalatin, 44, of Milo (1:24:01).Female age 50-59: Lori Lloyd, 53, of Bar Harbor (1:52:45).Male age 50-59: Chris Holt, 53, of Ellsworth (1:28:15).Female age 60-69: Maureen Goulson, 61, of Concord, New Hampshire (1:50:35).Male age 60-69: Thomas Germino, 61, of Orland Park, Illinois (1:44:37).Female age 70-79: Gail Reinertsen, 73, of Boothbay Harbor (2:18:11).Male age 70-79: John Helm, 70, of Bar Harbor (2:04:43).Find more results from the MDI half-marathon and 5K at the links below:Overall half-marathon resultsOverall 5K resultslast_img read more

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Working to boost safety

first_imgSheriff’s deputies from Lancaster and Palmdale stations were involved in rail grade-crossing operations Wednesday in what both cities’ public safety officials said was designed to raise awareness of crossing dangers. Union Pacific railroad police joined the deputies in enforcing vehicle codes. Law enforcement officials also enforced laws prohibiting pedestrians from trespassing on railroad property. The operation featured a train that ran along the Antelope Valley tracks throughout the day. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

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