Tony Caputo Now Comics,Wiki, Bio, Early Life, Career, Books

Published Date   30th Aug. 2017, 21:38 pm
Tony Caputo Now Comics,Wiki, Bio, Early Life, Career, Books
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Birth Name:Tony Caputo
Nationality:American




An American born author, visual artist, entrepreneur and former publisher Tony Caputo Now Comics was found in 1985.

Synopsis

Tony Caputo NOW Comics founder at the present is global Strategist Technical Consultant for Hitachi Insight Group-Public Safety and Smart City Solutions. He is demonstrated expert of business and system analysis, documentation and presentation, project management, information and communications technologies, networked video, training and mentoring, encryption and cryptography. He is the writer of Visual Storytelling: The Art and Technique, Build Your Own Server and Digital Video Surveillance and Security published in 2003 and 2009.

Early Life

Tony Caputo was born on 23 December 1957 in the USA. He was over five years of age when John F. Kennedy was in an assassination in 1963. He grew up denouncing war and was of belief protecting what we have at home, and not everything in the country. He was afraid going to war and thought of running to Canada if he was taken to become a militant. He was of belief with anti-war, anti-military and peace even without knowing the meanings of the terms. The books at the times were filled with the descriptions of war on pearl harbour at the time. Caputo grew up with all the sentiments hidden in his unconscious mind and pursuing an American dream of safe, prosperous America.

Career

In 1985 Tony Caputo NOW Comics was in inception and NOW Entertainment Corporation for production of comic books, children’s periodicals, trading paperbacks was in the establishment. The Corporation also produced home videos of characters such as Speed Racer, the Terminator, the Real Ghostbusters, Mr T & the T-Force and the Green Hornet. Caputo was for a time a scriptwriter and illustrator for some of the comic characters. He continues with NOW for 9 years and stops in 1994 and revives for 2 years in 2003. Through innovation in 2004 creates a visual prospect for the Battle card. In the period of following year, he wrote a graphic novel Vespers.Consequently, wrote an article on the American comic book market with details of market share reports as a pioneer in the matter.

Caputo left the entertainment business for Information Technology at Ahrens Interactive in 1995 and HyperLOCK in 1996. Then in 2000, Tony joins Intellisys Technologies in Oak Brook, Illinois for the post of senior manager. As a professional, he provides information to the client of different fields in the period at Intellisys Technologies.

In 2005, he grabs the opportunity joining Chicago homeland security initiative. The project was primarily mapping potential terrorist targets throughout the downtown area of Chicago. The approach was pioneer innovation of digital surveillance using high-end security cameras with interconnections of equipment by redundant fibre optic ring, centralized storage for video forensics, redundancies and failovers as well as video analytics.

His experience with digital video, networking, wireless, software, mechanics and electronics were an exciting application for the single project. Caputo was at the time flourishing with technical creative imagination alongside working with the team of the project. To quote him, Caputo grew up contributing and learning from the project.

Tony Caputo NOW Comics journey kept reviving in his life in a fun of new experiences and projects. Similarly, in early 2010 he got an invitation from New York City to work on their Digital Video Surveillance and Security projects by IBM.

At the present Tony Caputo is a global Strategist Technical Consultant for Hitachi Insight Group-Public Safety and Smart City Solutions. In the area he is with detailed knowledge of smart city end-to-end architecture for video, sensors, with integration through hardware and software, including capture, analytics, ICT, command centre and data centre best practice approaches.

Caputo is Project Management Professional with a certification. He has Microsoft Certification and certification for e-business with IBM. Caputo is also Wireless Mess Network Engineer with certification working on his CCNA.

He has written professionally for more than 20 years. In the period his articles are seen on the Chicago Tribune, Techrepublic.com, ZDNet.com, StickMinds.com, EmileHigh.com and more. Caputo as an entrepreneur is with experience of over ten years both in entertainment and technology arena helping to build more than five companies with three in technology within 15 years. At present his fiction projects include Neon Knight and Animalosity. He even wrote a screen play Four-Color, Inc. recently with the help of Ralph Snart and creator Marc Hansen.

By writing non-fiction makes Tony Caputo NOW Comics journey into more of a technical expertise. He even wrote a How to book. Tony Caputo NOW Comics era and for some time with How To Self-Publish Your Own Comic Book, Visual Storytelling: The Art and the Technique, Build Your Own Server, Digital Video Surveillance and Security.

Brief Review of His Books

His book Digital Video Surveillance and Security gives details of an IP-based electronic security system as a blueprint for the client to get a service from the security professional for their home and business.

In his book Build Your Own Server Caputo write step by step guide to build a server book and share resources within any office environment computers.

Visual Storytelling: The Art and Technique show the expertise of Caputo as Visual Story teller as well as a teacher to the matter. In the book, he presents the matter from the point of view of its essence and practical difficulties.

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