Posted: Oct 15, 2010 11:20 AM
Updated: Aug 2, 2011 4:41 PM
Quincey's fascination with technology began with a Tandy TRS-80 that his mother purchased in the late 1980's. Since then, Quincey grew with the emerging and multi-faceted tech field in the 1990's. He genuinely enjoys sharing what he knows about technology with others so that they may get the most benefit out of it.
Quincey Hobbs has been the voice of technology in Tucson for the better part of a decade. His technology column in the Tucson Citizen was a favorite of many Tucsonans. His "Quincey Technology" column can be read in publications around the world from the Dominican Republic to Nigeria. Quincey has also served on the Technology Policy Advisory Committee for the City of Tucson. Where he was one of many who suggested the direction that city should take in regards to technology growth and development.
Quincey's education includes Cornell, Stanford, and a Masters Degree from NAU. Professionally, he has been privileged to be on staff at the Center for Computing and Information Technology at the University of Arizona. Quincey also has been the Department Chair for Information Technology and Computer Network Security at Brown Mackie College.
Currently, Quincey serves as the President and founder of the HelpDesk Etc. Store which provides various IT services for consumers and commercial interests alike.
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