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Everybody's business

By TIMES STAFF
Published June 29, 2007


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Buca di Beppo, 11511 N Dale Mabry, has closed. The national chain serves up Italian food family style.

The nearest open location is at 11105 Causeway Blvd.

TechBuyOnCall, 3837 Northdale Blvd., a 4-year-old company in Northdale, has added two new divisions.

The first, a secure remote data backup system, enables clients to save their critical data off-site on an internal secure server. The system ensures safekeeping of data in the event of fire or a natural disaster.

The company's second division is a remote support branch enabling clients to have their own computer technician a keystroke away.

"We can connect to machines anywhere in the world as long as they have Internet connection, " owner Steven Barbara said. "The beauty of this is for the traveler, or small business user that does not have the support of a large organization to outsource their help desk."

Fees typically range from $40 to $80 an hour. Call 813 908-9690.

Please send information on businesses that are opening, closing or moving to ntampa@sptimes.com or fax to 269-5310.

[Last modified June 28, 2007, 08:17:42]


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