High-Definition Genealogy provides various services to the genealogy and family history community including market research, consulting, education, and more.

Thomas MacEntee is the driving force between High-Definition Genealogy whose goal is to help companies, non-profits and individual “focus” on family history. ┬áThomas has been involved with genealogy and family history for close to 20 years and for the past two years has dedicated himself professionally to various aspects of the genealogy industry.

For a summary of services offered, see the Consulting section.  See Thomas MacEntee for biographical information and a summary of experience.

4 Comments on "About"

  1. Margaret Feldstein | May 26, 2017 at 3:44 am |

    The webinar did not mention the cloud service built into Windows 10, i.e. OneDrive. Pretty much the same as the others, but integrated with Windows Explorer. Also available as an app for Android. I really appreciated learning about the others, though. Another topic: a good backup sevice is Acronis, which doesnt merely backup files, it gets an image of the entire drive, including registry and apps. I had a hard drive crash once and restoration was VERY easy. No need to re-install Windows or anything else. Thank you.

  2. 1. The handout will be on the SBCGS website
    2. Carbonite, iDrive and Mozy are different programs in that they aren’t truly cloud programs – they do a regular automated backup of your entire computer. With Carbonite it can be difficult to get to just one file, make a change and then upload it again.


  3. (Mr) Shelly Johnson | May 25, 2017 at 4:26 pm |

    Also I couldn’t find your handout. Will it be on the SBCGS website? Thanks

  4. (Mr) Shelly Johnson | May 25, 2017 at 4:24 pm |

    In your webinar today Carbonite and others were not mentioned. Are they more or less equivalent to Dropbox etc or something totally different. Enjoyed your presentation very much

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