CMIT Solutions of Hunterdon/Somerset NJ is the small business IT support and IT services company for Belle Mead, Ringoes, Bridgewater, Flemington, Neshanic Station, Raritan, Somerville, Three Bridges, Whitehouse Station, Hillsborough Township, Califon, Basking Ridge, Bedminster Township, Far Hills, Gladstone, Annandale, Clinton, Glen Gardner, High Bridge, Lebanon and Somerset, New Jersey.
John has over 25 years of experience in IT consulting, business development and providing solutions to his clients hardest problems. His career encompasses project management responsibilities, successful development of business strategies, vendor negotiations and operations. He has chosen to spend the rest of his career utilizing his knowledge and experience in the community serving as a trusted advisor for his clients by helping them protect and grow their businesses.
John and his team specialize in the following services: Managed services and systems monitoring; New network installation and network migrations; Outsourced support for companies with or without an IT department; Network security, firewall testing and disaster recovery plans; Web hosting and web design; Cabling and wireless installations; Remote access solutions; Data recovery; VoIP installations.
CMIT Solutions is a nationwide provider of information technology (IT) services and solutions for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs). With more than 800 consultants and technicians, CMIT has expertise in nearly all technologies and industries. Founded in 1996 in Austin, TX, CMIT Solutions, Inc. has grown into the leading IT solution provider for SMBs. With over 15 years of experience and strong industry partnerships, CMIT Solutions is capable of providing enterprise-level services and products that were previously unavailable to the SMB market. We are a local company with the support of a national network of technical experts.
Proactive IT Services – Flat-rate, round-the-clock maintenance and monitoring to prevent problems before they turn into downtime
Remote Backup & Disaster Recovery – CMIT Guardian provides not only reliable, automatic backups and archiving, but also a rock-solid plan of action for recovery in the event of a disaster
Cloud Computing – Anytime, anywhere access to your data and business applications
Anti-Spam Solutions – Say goodbye to spam and hello to dramatically increased productivity
Hardware Purchasing – Take advantage of CMIT’s expertise as a Dell Certified Partner, including substantial discounts
Help Desk Software – A turn-key, hosted service desk and ticketing system for assessing, assigning, and resolving service issues related to your small business
Outsourced IT Support – Focus on running your business instead of troubleshooting your network with CMIT’s custom IT services designed to fit your business and your needs.
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