Adrian Sifuentes

The official word is…

“Adrian Sifuentes has been working with Apple technology since the first Mac launched in the early 1980s. He joined IBM as a training specialist to train corporate clients for commercial and proprietary applications and database development consulting, in the U.S. and Mexico.

He later went to work for himself and served clients such as The Getty Center and the United Way of Greater Los Angeles. He then worked for a German-based consumer products manufacturer where he served in the sales force and functioned as technology liaison for his sales team. He has written technical and instructional manuals for his clients’ software and development projects.

With the exciting return of Steve Jobs in the late 90s and the subsequent release of the first iPod, Adrian had a renewed interest in Apple and rededicated himself to the world of IT – “Apple Style.” He went on to form Informatica Technology, a boutique full service firm, to serve the IT needs of home and small to medium sized businesses that wish take advantage of the robust, stable, and easy to use environments found in Apple computers and mobile devices.

Adrian is a certified Apple Mobility Technology Consultant specializing in Mobile Device Management (MDM) and expert in user desktop experience. He earned his degree in Business Administration and Information Technology from California State University, Northridge. Adrian calls both Los Angeles and Palm Springs home.”

Adrian says, “PS I love you because…”

  1. You're a village! We are a small community but we bring to it the energy and sophistication of a big city.
  2. Some of the best people in the world are here. Friendly, fun, accepting, and always up for a good time. I’ve made some of my besties right here in Palm Springs.
  3. You offer bathing suit weather almost year round
  4. You have sublime skies and the majestic San Jacinto mountains.
  5. I love mid-century modern architecture and I'm lucky to live in a mid-century community – Seven Lakes.

Adrian…where would we be in the world without our computer gurus?  We are grateful for your expertise (and for the photo above), although since it is February when this is being published, I think our East Coast friends may be holding some resentments about our swimsuit weather!


Nicholas Snow

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