Saturday, 18 2020f January
Gregory D. Abowd, "Smart Homes or Homes that Smart?", Beyond the Desktop, March/April 2003
"Jupiter Research predicts that 28 million US households will have a home network by 2006...paralleling this increase in the number of interconnected data-centric devices is a corresponding increase in the complexity of the home audio/visual 'network.'"
Emily Benedek, "Web Attack in the Workplace," Newsweek, May 13, 2002, p. 40J
"The Code Red virus alone infected more than 300,000 workplace computers in 14 hours and cost more than $2.6 billion worldwide. InformationWeek Research estimates the cost of security-related downtime to U.S. businesses in the past 12 months at $273 billion. Worldwide, the tally was $1.39 trillion.
About CompuGor
CompuGor is actually an abbreviation of Computer Gorodishter, in honor of the president and founder of the company, Felix Gorodishter.
CompuGor actually started operating in 1998 by solely creating custom computers for friends and acquaintances. Over the years, with experience growing, we have expanded our services to include web-designing and development, along with business contracts.
At CompuGor, we pride ourselves in maintaining reasonable prices, providing warranties for our work, and dealing with the customer's needs with a hands-on approach. We also guarantee quick turn arounds on projects.
With this strategy, we have been able to both maintain our customer base and spread with the help of their 'word-of-mouth' referrals.

 
Felix Gorodishter (Founder/President)
Felix Gorodishter started creating personal computers for clients at the young age of 14.

In recent years, web-designing has become a hobby and eventually a job for him. Initially he began designing websites for his parents' businesses and then led onto creating websites for non-profit organizations such as the Arizona Wildlife Federation and Boy Scout Troop 30.

Today he is the lead designer/developer for the computers and websites CompuGor produces.