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Expert Opinion on Cyber Threats
Many times, not understanding common security threats can leave you most vulnerable. As a leading provider of IT services, CMIT Solutions has many experts on what it means to have your technology secure. Bruce Newman,... more
Hacking For Good
Jake Izumi, an IT Specialist for CMIT Solutions, was recently featured in an article form Star Tribune about how his career got started. Jake describes himself at 10 years old as a hacker, but not... more
Trends: Windows 10 — Upgrade Now or Play the Waiting Game?
Microsoft’s New Operating System Offers Advantages and Drawbacks In July, Microsoft launched Windows 10 to the public. The operating system’s debut generated a lot of buzz, with many tech experts hailing it as a return... more
Trends: Why You Should Take Disaster Prep Seriously
Severe Spring Weather Highlights Need For Backup & Disaster Recovery Hurricane season officially started on Monday, June 1st. And although the NOAA estimates that this year will be a slow one for tropical formation in... more
Trends: Forecasting the Future of Mobility
Holiday shopping statistics and prominence of file sync and share drive interest Believe it or not, a strong indicator of mobility’s future came from a surprising place this year: holiday shopping statistics. Many experts called... more
Nation’s Top Finance Publication Spotlights CMIT Solutions Franchisee
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 Money, the nation’s top personal finance publication, recently spotlighted Tom Burtzlaff, owner of CMIT Solutions of Columbia (Maryland), for his impressive quick launch of a high-performing small business.   Plus, Burtzlaff’s... more
Media Coverage Helps Generate Publicity about New CMIT Solutions Office in Reston, Virginia
Thursday, July 10, 2014 The Fairfax County Times featured Hitesh Dev’s new CMIT Solutions office in Reston, including an overview of his business venture and service offerings. The article highlights Hitesh’s entrepreneurial background and his... more
The Washington Business Journal Spotlights CMIT Solutions’ Area Developer
The Washington Business Journal featured Tom Burtzlaff who was recently awarded “Area Developer of the Year” by CMIT Solutions. Tom’s achievements garnered impressive recognition and respect from premier media outlets. Click here to read more: more
CMIT Franchisee Receives Prestigious Recognition as CRN Magazine’s “Woman of the Channel”
Monday, June 23, 2014 The Stamford Advocate announced Linda Kuppersmith’s recognition as one of CRN Magazine’s “Power 50 Solution Providers,” as well as being named the brand’s “2014 People’s Choice” winner. The piece also gives great coverage for Linda’s... more
Entrepreneur, the Nation’s Premier Business Publication Spotlights CMIT Solutions Franchisees
Thursday, June 12, 2014 Entrepreneur, the largest publication for everything small business, featured Shirley Peterson, CMIT Solutions franchisee in Fort Worth Downtown, who received CMIT Solutions’ prestigious 2014 Franchisee of the Year award.   In... more
Shirley Peterson Recognized for Winning Franchisee of the Year Award
The Dallas Business Journal spotlighted Shirley Peterson, the owner and president of CMIT Solutions of Fort Worth, who received the prestigious Franchisee of the Year Award at CMIT Solution’s annual convention. Peterson and her team... more
Microsoft to drop Windows XP support
If you’re running Windows XP at home or at your business Wednesday, April 9, is an important day – and not necessarily a positive one. That’s because Microsoft on Tuesday discontinued support for the operating... more
Time has run out for Windows XP users
The end is near for Windows XP. Starting tomorrow, April 8, Microsoft Corp. will no longer provide upgrades or support for its Windows XP operating system that came out in October 2001. “Windows XP has... more
Neither bang nor whimper expected April 8, as Windows XP retires
After April 8, Microsoft is pulling the plug on technical support for Windows XP, the highly popular operating system that debuted 12 years ago. While most analysts say little will happen as XP retires —... more
Ex-Kodaker Cheryl Nelan turns back on corporate career to run her own local business.
Cheryl Nelan was enjoying a prosperous corporate career, but wanted a change. After 11 years at Eastman Kodak Co. and two-and-a-half more with an elearning firm, Nelan bought into a tech-support business. She opened a... more