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CAI Managed IT Services has been helping small and medium-size businesses since 1978, providing IT support such as technical helpdesk support, computer repair, and consulting services.

Tommy D's Windows, Doors and More Moves to the Cloud

December 18, 2012 – CAI Managed IT announced that Tommy D's Windows, Doors and More of Bloomington, Indiana has implemented it's business management software in the cloud to maximize business efficiency, improve security and lower IT support costs. Debby Deckard, controller for Tommy D's said, "We are a relatively small company with no internal IT staff. We had been working with a local IT services provider in the Bloomington area, but as time went on we felt they were no longer providing consistent, knowledgeable support. Frustrations with the server as well as PC disruptions and downtime were increasing along with the cost related to inadequate support."

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CAI Managed IT Joins the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE)

sbane logoApril 26, 2012 -- CAI Managed IT announced today that it has joined the Smaller Business Association of New England (SBANE). Founded in 1938, SBANE (www.sbane.org) is a private, not-for-profit association of approximately 700 member companies located throughout the six-state region. The organization was established to provide a legislative voice for small business at the state and federal levels and to make practical information available to help business owners grow their companies.

Jim McCooey, president of CAI, “As a long-time Rhode Island-based business, we’re pleased to join this prestigious organization and excited to play an active role in assisting the Rhode Island chapter in its mission of helping its members grow their businesses through profitable connections, innovation, leadership, advocacy and education.”

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CAI Managed IT Announces Cloud-based Services; Expands IT Managed Services Practice

March 22, 2012 — In an effort to meet the growing demand for cloud-based computing and affordable, fully managed information technology (IT) support services, CAI Managed IT today announced a significant expansion of its IT services practice.

The company will showcase its latest IT offerings, including cloud migration, cyber security and remote desktop and server management services, at the Rhode Island Business Expo (RIBX), to be held on May 3 at the Rhode Island Convention Center.

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CAI Managed IT Announces Participation at RIBX 2012

March 13, 2012 — CAI Managed IT today announced that it will be participating in this year’s Rhode Island Business EXPO(RIBX 2012) on May 3.  Held at the Rhode Island Convention Center, this prestigious event gathers companies across New England for an opportunity to network and share the products or services that each has to offer.

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Slash Your Computing Operating Costs with CAI’s Server Virtualization Service

March 6, 2012 ― CAI Managed IT (CAI) today announced a partnership with VMware (NYSE:VMW), the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, that will enable CAI to help its clients reduce their overall IT costs by up to 70 percent through the use of VMware’s industry -leading server virtualization technology.

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McVan, Inc. Selects CAI Managed IT Managed Services for Fool-proof Data Security and Fast Recovery

February 15, 2012 — CAI Managed IT a leading provider of proactive, managed IT services to Southern New England today announced that McVan, Inc., a long-time manufacturer and wholesale distributor of Catholic Religious Gifts has chosen CAI’s Advanced Managed Backup and Recovery (AMBaR) and server and desktop management services for fool-proof data security and fast recovery.

Prior to signing on for the AMBaR service had backed up their data to conventional magnetic tapes, the most common method of storage protection. While the cost per megabyte for tape storage is low, McVan was concerned about, not only the security of their client and business data, but also how long it would take the company to fully recover from a server failure or other catastrophic event.

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