Archer Integration is a Richmond, Va., based IT consulting firm that provides complete integration and implementation services, including firewall installation and intrusion detection. The company focuses on the small to midsize enterprise (SME) market segment and offers a full range of technology solutions.
Dimensional Data Corporation (DDC) provides network consulting, turnkey network solutions and administrative support to small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) throughout southern Colorado. Founded in 1991, DDC specializes in designing and engineering computer networks — including local and wide area networks, certified premise wiring, customer computer assembly and corporate intranet and Internet installations.
Maryland’s Garrett College is known as a national leader in the use of advanced telecommunications and computer technology, and found itself in need of a new e-mail and Web server, which had been outsourced to a local Internet Service Provider (ISP).
ICE Systems, LLC, an innovative software and hardware company focusing on reliable and economical computing solutions for small to medium-sized businesses, serves a four-state region from Kansas City, Kansas. Its offerings include a popular specialized server appliance, known as the ICEBox, which delivers critical networking capabilities at an economical price.
MìLogic, Inc. is a startup managed security services firm marketing to the Mid-Atlantic region. The company's mission is to provide centrally managed communication solutions that deliver secure and cost-effective Internet connectivity to small and midsize enterprises, especially those with multiple office sites or telecommuters.
The Cobb County Community Services Board and the Douglas County Community Services Board (Cobb and Douglas CSB) in Atlanta, Ga., provide mental health, developmental disability and substance abuse services. After the passage of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), both CSBs were subject to stricter guidelines for electronic transmissions and patient record access, in addition to stricter control requirements for any organization maintaining sensitive patient health data.
In 1987, musician Tom Cramer decided to leave music and become a partner in his brother’s job fair company. In 1993, Cramer began talking with a computer-savvy friend about ways he could apply his recently acquired computer skills and expertise in helping small businesses via the Internet.
Following a proposal for an expensive customer upgrade for Microsoft’s Exchange Server, Seattle area IT consultant Steve Greenstein was asked by his customer if there was a cheaper solution. Greenstein needed an inexpensive, yet robust and easy-to-use system offering file and print sharing, e-mail and Web services, and network security.
Based in Memphis, Tenn., The University Network (TUN) is a leader in campus communications, offering a Web-based plasma screen messaging system to reach students at educational institutions. The narrowcast communication systems are placed in high traffic areas such as student unions, recreation centers and dining facilities.