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A Condo Project in Ann Arbor is Moving Farward

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Tom Fitzsimmons is a developer and owner of Huron Contracting LLC., based in Ann Arbor. He is moving on to a condo project, even after the hold of 86-unit project of another developer in Ann Arbor. Fitzsimmons had developed several high-end condo buildings in the downtown area in recent years and he is hoping that there is still a strong demand for luxury condos in Ann Arbor.

Currently, Fitzsimmons is working to begin his next development of a five-story, 17-unit condo building at 309 N. Ashley St. He said that they are going to make 17 units and six units have been reserved already, as they were soft marketing the project since three months. And this project would be a huge success in the condo developing market.

Construction fencing has been laid around the site on the northwest edge of downtown where Fitzsimmons is replacing two single-family homes and a gravel parking lot with the luxury living area. He is planning to start construction at a serious note in early August and would complete it in about two years. After two years, the project would look like as we see North York condos for sale in Toronto.

Fitzsimmons said, “We allow complete customization of all our units, so in fact all six of the people who’ve reserved units are already working with our architect, making floor plan changes, getting exactly what they want, and from there they work with another person on my team to select everything they want to put in the unit, there’s a lot of personal investment in these places before people move in.”

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Deadswitch is Offering Zero-Access Encryption Service to Data Owners

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Deadswitch, a data protector company is offering zero-access encryption service through its digital dead man’s switch platform. It is designed by the company to protect data owners by allowing the targeted exposure of material of public interest. It works automatically through a specific function designed to release a decryption key into a limited mailing list. Only the data owners through the Deadswitch interaction are capable to stop this process.

The digital dead man’s switch is capable of being used by those who investigate and expose public interest material when at risk of being not delivered successfully. Sometimes the general public falls in the targeted market set by the dead man’s switch.

Deadswitch is providing this service to maintain control over sensitive data that could be stored and distributed. It is providing a more refined data insurance strategy within the current geopolitical landscape. The company is offering flexible, affordable and tailored services through its digital dead man’s switch.

Deadswitch is using cryptographic technology to safeguard its data retention interests. It has developed innovative user-friendly tools that allow encryption to protect customer data with mathematical lock. Deadswitch is ensuring customers with a tailored exposure guarantee to protect them from any harm. Its strategy is protecting customers through force obsolete and effectively fight back against any harm without expanding it.

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