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Technicians earn certifications in Mac support

AVON, Colorado – Decypher Technologies recently announced that two of its technicians recently received certificates in advanced information technology training.

Decypher’s bench technician, James White, completed Apple’s training program to become an Apple Certified Mac Technician. He joins Adam Galusha as the second Apple Certified Mac Technician at Decypher Technologies. Apple Certified Technicians are approved to perform work on Apple products and are trained to troubleshoot common Mac issues.

“In today’s tech market, Apple products continue to gain popularity, so it’s important to be able to service them properly and to meet Apple’s high standards,” company director Farr Shepherd said.

Decypher’s infrastructure technician, Ande Grillo, recently graduated from The Fiber School in Pennsylvania, earning him “Master Fiber Optic Technician” status, meaning he is certified to perform any level of fiber optic design, splicing, testing and troubleshooting. Grillo is the first of Decypher’s technicians to earn the certification.

“As technology advances fiber optics will continue to support communications demands with increasing bandwidth,” said Shepherd. “This certification will strengthen Decypher’s position as the industry leader in fiber optics in the Aspen and Vail valleys.”

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