Armando Caussade Armando Caussade, GCSc, BS

Computer systems administrator and multimedia specialist
Astronomer specializing in education and public outreach


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AC Informatics

With 20+ years in the computer field, I recently established AC Informatics where I now provide services concentrating on file management and multimedia processing. My specialties are listed below but other services are available. Contact me with your needs and I will provide you with a quote within two business days. Inquiries for large projects are welcome and encouraged. I am available Monday to Friday (except on holidays) 9:00 am to 5:00 pm AST, via telephone at +1 (787) 531–6914, or via e-mail at

1. Advanced file management, data transfer and recovery from logical damage to computer filesystems.
2. Scanning of text with optical character recognition (OCR) and manual editing of recognized text.
3. High-resolution scanning of negative and slide film, using dedicated scanners with infrared cleaning.
4. Digital image processing of raster files, custom panorama stitching from multiple raw images.
5. Full photo organizing services including photo album design and (if requested) high-quality printing.
6. Creation of multimedia slide shows from raw images, DVD authoring and conversion from VHS to DVD.

My career includes 20+ years as a computer systems administrator. I polished myself using Microsoft and Unix server platforms at federally qualified health centers, where I worked extensively with healthcare informatics. On 2018 I established the Puerto Rico Linux Users Group (PRLUG), the island's first ever Linux advocacy group. My education includes a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Computer Science, and a Graduate Certificate of Science (GCSc) in Astronomy.

I am based in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and I urge all potential clients fom the United States mainland to patronize small Puerto Rican businesses like this one. Why? Not only you will receive first-class, bilingual service from businesses like mine, but you will be investing in the growth of the local economy which was been devastated by hurricane Maria in 2017. As the island falls under US jurisdiction and its inhabitants are US citizens, you will be patronizing fellow Americans.