CMIT Solutions of Upper Chesapeake – Columbia was featured in I95 Business’s August 2019 article “CMIT Solutions of Upper Chesapeake – Columbia: Taking the Worry Out of IT.” I95 Business delivers news to professionals in Baltimore’s strategic business corridors.
Managed IT for Baltimore and Surrounding Counties
The article announced that Bel Air-based CMIT Solutions of Upper Chesapeake had acquired an office in Columbia, expanding their integrated technology and cybersecurity services to small and mid-sized businesses in Ann Arundel, Howard, Baltimore, Harford, and Cecil Counties.
Richard Staton, CEO, said, “We provide complete, holistic management of their technology infrastructure. Simply put, we worry about IT, so they don’t have to.”
Keeping Businesses Secure
The article pointed out that businesses need a dedicated professional IT partner like CMIT Solutions that remains current with the changing technology—to manage their systems and keep their data secure. It helps prevent security breaches similar to what happened with the ransomware attack on the Baltimore City government.
Meeting Industry Regulations
CMIT Solutions partners with clients to ensure they meet industry requirements. For example, the technology services are all HIPAA-compliant for medical clients and FINRA-compliant for finance clients. CMIT Solutions delivers service 24/7, which is critical for many industries, such as healthcare.
Access to the Country’s Top Technicians
David Warnick, COO, said, “A huge advantage to partnering with CMIT Solutions is our large network. In addition to the local staff, there’s the large staff [in a network of more than 230 locations] across the nation. With the complexity of technology, no one person can be an expert in every facet of technology.”
Local Baltimore Roots
While CMIT Solutions has a national reach, Staton and Warnick stay true to their Harford County roots as they focus on serving businesses in the area. The pair worked together for nearly 20 years in business and technology leadership roles at MBNA and Bank of America.
“When we left the financial services sector, we wanted to come back home and do something to help small businesses in the area,” said Staton. “We wanted to offer world-class, enterprise-level technology solutions at prices small and mid-sized companies could afford.”