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Milton Bartley will team with Robin Robins and several leading cybersecurity experts to release the new book “Easy Prey” by TechnologyPress™.

Nashville, TN – May 2, 2016 – Milton Bartley, co-founder of ImageQuest,has joined Robin Robins and a select group of IT experts to co-write the forthcoming book titled, Easy Prey. Nick Nanton, Esq. along with business partner, JW Dicks, Esq., the leading agents to Celebrity Experts® worldwide, recently signed a publishing deal with each of these authors to contribute their expertise to the book, which will be released under their TechnologyPressimprint.

A portion of the royalties earned from Easy Prey will be donated to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, the leading children's hospital pioneering research and treatments for kids with cancer and other life-threatening diseases.

In this digital day and age, it’s important to understand the risks associated with protecting your business and critical information from online threats. Easy Prey is compiled of excerpts from IT professionals, business leaders, and entrepreneurs, each of whom contributed their expertise on various methods of cybersecurity, the protection of information systems from theft or damage. Easy Prey serves as a resource for businesses owners and professionals alike to take the necessary precautions to protect their critical information from online threats.

Easy Prey is tentatively scheduled for release in fall 2016.

More About Milton Bartley:

Milton Bartley is one of Nashville’s most recognizable business leaders. From serving as a combat leader in the United States Army to launching a world-class managed IT services company, his drive to achieve has led him to the fulfillment of a better life for himself, his family, and his employees.

In 2007, Milton co-founded ImageQuest, and it quickly became one of Nashville’s fastest growing technology companies and Managed IT Service Provider. ImageQuest is recognized as a pioneer in IT services and security, and business communications, specializing in outsourced IT for service-oriented businesses that have a compliance or regulatory oversight component to their business.

Milton is passionate about serving the community both personally and through his business. Milton and ImageQuest are committed to addressing some of the community’s most complex problems through technological innovation and support. One of Milton’s personal passions is High Hopes Development Center in Franklin, Tennessee. High Hopes is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is to equip children and youth with the skills necessary to achieve success through education, rehabilitation, and loving support. Milton serves on the Advisory Board for High Hopes.

Milton holds a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and a Masters in Business Administration from Xavier University. He is also a graduate of the Ritz-Carlton Leadership Institute. For the past two years, Milton has been included in the MSPMentor Top 250, recognizing the world’s top managed services provider (MSP) executives, entrepreneurs and experts. Milton believes “It takes a team of committed individuals to build and grow a business in today’s world of rapidly changing technology.”

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 About ImageQuest

ImageQuest provides premiere technology support and is pioneer to show how IT services, IT security, and telecommunications expertise are delivered to small and mid-sized businesses in high-growth, regulated industries. The company assumes the burden of managing technology, allowing clients to focus on their core competencies and profitability. ImageQuest provides elite-level service, engineers, technicians and account managers to operations in Nashville, TN and Louisville, KY.

Led by Co-founder and CEO, Milton Bartley, the team is hyper-focused on security, compliance, standardization and exceptional customer experience. For more information, visit www.myimagequest.com.

About TechnologyPress™:

 TechnologyPress™ is a leading business and technology book publisher that publishes books from thought leaders around the world. TechnologyPress™ is an imprint in partnership with CelPress™. CelebrityPress™ has published books alongside Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, Dan Kennedy, Dr. Ivan Misner, Robert Allen and many of the biggest experts across diverse fields.  TechnologyPress™ has helped launch over 1500 best-selling authors to date. 

Learn more about CelebrityPress™ at www.celebritypresspublishing.com.



Kasey Kalchert

Dicks and Nanton Celebrity Branding Agency®



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