Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Technolink Snapshot September 2019

Dear Technolink Community Member,

September represents the abundance that comes from the richness of the American community. It is especially significant due to the heroic events of our first responders on September 11th and the outpouring of love and support in every community in the days and weeks that followed.
We are very fortunate to have a preview of insights from two of our distinguished speakers at this year's fall forum: Dr. Tony Beliz of Beliz & Associates presents the subject of awareness and safety;  and Doug Finke of the Quantum Computing Report presents the underpinnings of quantum computing and why it is so important to everyone. In addition, Jim Watson of CMTC reminds us to mark our calendars for National Manufacturing Day on October 4th!

Thank you for your continued support of our Technolink community. 

Ssusan Forte O'Neill
Editor and Co-founder,
 Technolink Association

Members Shaping the Future

Technolink member, Dr. Tony Beliz, is a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist who consults to private and public educational institutions, security firms, and global corporations on risk assessment, risk management, and special circumstances. Dr. Beliz is also an Instructor at the University of Southern California Sol Price School of Public Policy, Safe Communities Initiative. In advance of our October forum, Dr. Tony Beliz shares his insights with his article, "Isonection: A 21st Century Virus."
Click here to read the article.
For those trying to understand what quantum computing is all about, Technolink member Doug Finke, Publisher and Managing Editor of Quantum Computing Report, has written an article titled “How to Explain Quantum to Your Classical Friends”. It provides ten key concepts that will help you better understand some of the fundamental "hows" and "whys" of quantum.
Click here to read the article.

Manufacturing Day is October 4!

Technolink member Jim Watson, CEO and President of CMTC, is proud to share their active participation in, and promotion of, Manufacturing Day since its inception in 2012.   On Friday, October 4, 2019, manufacturers across California and the nation will open their doors to participate in Manufacturing Day events, kicking off a series of activities throughout the month of October.
This year, CMTC and its California’s Manufacturing Network are sponsoring, organizing and coordi
nating events statewide. This annual celebration gives small- and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) the chance to showcase their facilities and career opportunities to students, educators, elected officials and the media. Throughout the state, visitors will learn about real job opportunities, career paths, training and available industry resources.
CMTC is committed to pairing up schools wishing to attend Manufacturing Day events with manufacturers and other organizations hosting open houses, career fairs, and expos.
For further information, please visit