CMIT Solutions Continues to Embrace Market

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<p><strong>Woburn, Mass. &mdash; Sept. 20</strong><br />CMIT Solutions, an IT services and products franchise company with more than 100 locations in 32 states, will offer CMIT Anti-Spam with Total Control as part of its managed services offering, protecting its customers from spam in any language, phishing attacks and other malicious e-mail content.<br /><br />CMIT Solutions&#39; partnership with Reflexion Networks will allow locations to deliver affordable, enterprise-class managed e-mail security services to small and midsize businesses (SMBs) with up to 500 employees. <br /><br />”CMIT Solutions&#39; goal is to simplify the technology side of the customer&#39;s business, so that they can focus on making money,” said Jeff Connally, CMIT Solutions president and CEO. “With CMIT Anti-Spam, we can eliminate the time and effort that would otherwise have to go into managing and securing the email stream, giving our customers the confidence and capacity to focus on their other priorities.”<br /><br />The SMB market is widely recognized as a key driver of the national economy but less recognized as a crucial component of the email security ecosystem &mdash;  security vendors with well-differentiated products typically focus on large corporate accounts, at the expense of the SMB market.<br /><br />”The SMB market needs enterprise-class capability but in an affordable offering that is easy to deploy and manage,” Connally said. “Without adequate security tools, unprotected SMB accounts provide a platform that spammers, virus writers and hackers can use to attack targets ranging from consumers to the largest organizations.</p><p>”This partnership brings an affordable, uniquely effective solution to the SMB market, in the form of a managed service for easy deployment and zero on-going maintenance.”</p>

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