CMIT Solutions of Boston is the small business IT support and IT services company for Boston and Cambridge.
Headquartered in Allston, MA, just 10 minutes from downtown, CMIT Solutions of Boston is committed to providing the highest quality IT management and consulting services to companies from 5 to 400 employees. Our clients rely on our vast industry expertise to be their trusted advisor on all things "IT".
Studies show that visitors quickly tune out when reading the obligatory "about us" page. Why? Because our competitors have all figured out a fancy way to state the obvious while saying absolutely nothing valuable. You've read it all before - quotes like:
"We provide advanced technology solutions and support to maximize the return on your IT investment."
"We'll help you reduce your costs, increase your systems uptime, and get back to focusing on your business."
"Its innovative and comprehensive bundle of business solutions, competitive pricing and suite of services is unmatched in the industry."
At CMIT Solutions of Boston, we like to think that our clients are smarter than that and they can't be tricked by catchy phrases and meaningless rhetoric - they want substance ... evidence ... proof ... facts.
Well, here are some facts that we think you'll find interesting:
AT CMIT Solutions of Boston, we guarantee that we can take over 100% of their responsibilities for half (yes that's right - 50%) of their W2.
Intrigued?? Give us a call...
A photo on Intel's Facebook page posted today shows a technician working on Telstar 1, the world's first telecommunications satellite, which was launched into orbit in this week in 1962. The 170-pound contraption successfully relayed the first television pictures and telephone calls ever transmitted through space. Telstar facilited the first live...
This has not been a good few weeks for the world of Internet security. Just over a month ago, business-networking site LinkedIn had the passwords of millions of its users posted to a hacker forum.
Today, Yahoo! Inc. confirmed that a file containing what appear to be usernames and passwords for 453,492 accounts had briefly been posted online. However, it appears that it's not just Yahoo...
For many small-business owners, spending time “at the office” is becoming more and more of a luxury. With days spent out on sales calls, networking, running errands, or generally being out-and-about, owners often have limited time for staying on top of day-to-day operations.
Fortunately, recent advances in technology provide powerful methods for staying connected while on-...
Change isn’t always necessarily a bad thing, but if it has a detrimental effect on your ability to communicate, it’s hard to argue that it’s not. Especially when those changes are made without warning and without your permission.
So what is this change? Last week, Facebook summarily decided that its users should be using their @facebook.com address (did you even know you had an @...