CMIT Solutions of Denver Tech Center

For IT Support in Denver, and the Denver Tech Center area, businesses turn to CMIT Solutions of Denver Tech Center, the small business IT support and IT services company for Greenwood Village, Centennial, Englewood and the Denver Tech Center.

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"If you have a small or medium sized business, then Brad at CMIT Solutions is THE GO TO guy for all your IT support needs. Brad and CMIT have ALL the IT solutions guys like us the right price. There is really no competition. I cannot recommend Brad and CMIT highly enough."

Ray Hutchins
Owner, Denver Web Services
President, TiE Rockies 

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Brad Smith

Brad Smith has been an IT and Software professional for over 20 years.  Prior to CMIT Solutions, Brad managed global OEM and Channel relationships for SugarCRM, MySQL, and Adobe Systems.  Brad understands that the best method of providing optimal IT Solutions is to first understand business’ needs.

Brad has lived in Colorado over 15 years and he returned with his family in 2004 after career advancement moved him to Scottsdale, AZ.  Brad is active in South Metro Denver and Greenwood Village Chambers, TiE Rockies, as well as a volunteer member of the Tennis Activities Group in Castle Pines Village.

Brad, and CMIT Solutions of Denver Tech Center, serve the IT Solutions needs of the DTC area, including Greenwood Village, Denver, Centennial, Englewood and Littleton. Brad's team consists of a network of technicians that have expertise in networks and network security, cloud computing, iPad integration, disaster recovery, on-site and off-site data backups, data recovery, operating systems, and web site design & development.  With more than 1,500 consultants and technicians available, CMIT Solutions of Denver Tech Center is able to assist with all of a company's IT needs. And by proactively monitoring our clients' computers and networks, we catch and resolve many problems before the client is even aware of them.

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As a fellow local business owner, I value and enjoy working with other neighboring business around the Denver Tech Center (DTC) area, including Greenwood Village, Denver, Centennial, Englewood and LIttleton. My company works with small and medium businesses that do not have their own IT resources or staff. We also work with companies that have an in-house staff and we supplement their IT needs.

CMIT Solutions is a nationwide provider of IT Services and Outsourcing Solutions.  My office is one of seven along the Front Range with over 120 in North America.   Our mission is two-fold: (1) to keep your computers up and running; and (2) to help you get the most out of your investment in technology.

What differentiates CMIT Solutions:

We proactively monitor and manage our client’s networks and systems and eliminate the majority of computer problems and downtime.

We do this by installing software agents on their servers and pc’s which communicate directly with our 7/24 Network Operating Center (NOC).  In addition, the NOC automates the downloads and managing of Anti-Virus Management, Spyware Detection and Removal, Patch Management, and Hard Drive integrity checks.

93% of all IT problems can be proactively addressed before they turn into problems resulting in savings of 30 to 50% each year with our flat rate CMIT Marathon service.

We also work with our clients on protecting and preserving their Business Critical Data with CMIT Guardian.  If a disaster strikes in the form of a fire, water damage, sabotage or even employee error, you are able to recover.

A DTI/Price Waterhouse Coopers survey reported that 7 out of 10 small businesses go out of business within a year if they experience a major data loss.

For those clients that cannot withstand a server outage, we provide an on-site virtualized server so that your business can be up and running in 15 minutes should there be a server outage or disruption.

And for the day to day computer questions and problem solving, we offer CMIT’s U.S. Based End User Help Desk.  This is an unlimited service that addresses your employees’ hardware and software issues.

We combine the personalized service of a local firm with the expertise and resources of a large technology company.   If you want to spend less time troubleshooting technology and more time growing your business, CMIT Solutions of Denver Tech Center is the answer.

I appreciate your interest and look forward to working with you in the future.


Brad Smith
President, CMIT Solutions of Denver Tech Center
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    SAN ANTONIO — From a large screen in her small home office, Devi Mazumdar each morning scans the computer systems of some two dozen clients — doctors' offices, churches and small businesses in San Antonio and as far away as the Eagle Ford Shale.

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    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.

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"For our [clinical research facility], it was better to have a preventive plan in place so that if something did break, we would be ahead of it, and it wouldn’t break instead of waiting for something to happen and then fix it. So, now CMIT is monitoring everything, and we haven’t had any issues so they can catch the problem before it even happens. "
"CMIT is all about peace of mind, and literally, it doesn't cost you anything because you are saving the money on me working on the computer when I'm losing business. In today's economy, you don't want to be late sending bills out, you've got to be out there because if you start falling behind you're going to see the amount of income drop dramatically. So, Greg and CMIT make us look more...
"Whereas our systems were originally only getting backed up on a monthly basis, CMIT was able to come in and now they are automatically backed up to the server. We had a center in the DFW area that did lose everything. They made a phone call to CMIT, and CMIT was able to restore their data within a couple of hours. We’re monitored on a 24/7 basis, so even if there was something that were to...
"The way CMIT does business is just much more suitable for our type of business environment. We have deadlines and critical schedules to meet, and we need to be moving forward at all times. CMIT provides data on a monthly basis, which allows us to look at trends and be proactive with our decisions and our methods for improving our system. Every time my system improves, that means my efficiency...
"CMIT dealt with my local backup needs so that if I just need to get one specific piece of information, they can actually do it remotely from their office and get my people back and going. If I do have a catastrophic disaster that takes my entire building, I have laptops and everything else that I can have up immediately. I can use my web-based information storage and be back up and running...
"We pride ourselves that we are the company that gives instant customer service. We were getting to a point where it was extremely difficult, and we didn't want to lose our customer base. We wanted to also expand. I said, 'I need somebody to do something to allow us to be the company that we started out to be and to continue and to grow.' CMIT has helped us to do just that.   "
"Since partnering with CMIT, I can now not worry about whether or not my computers are working. I've got backups, monitoring, I can get reports, and I know where I'm having risks and threats. I now can rely on my IT people (CMIT) to take care of my IT problems and to keep that IT system up and running in an appropriate manner. That is something before I couldn't rely on. I now have a system!...
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