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The Modern IT Partner

Hello and welcome to the CMI Podcast, today I have the pleasure of speaking with Darron Millar – Technical Solutions Director here at CMI. I’m Pete Filitz and I work with businesses in overcoming challenges and obstacles holding them back by leveraging the power of IT and technology for having a positive impact on their business.

This podcast series is all about keeping you up to date with the trends we are seeing in the IT and business technology space.  We’re here to educate you on everything they need to know from a business technology perspective and provide a better understanding of how IT and technology can have a positive impact on your business. In this episode, we are talking about how the role of the IT support partner or company has changed and what you should be looking for from your IT partner.

In this episode we're going to explain:

  • The biggest mistakes companies are making when it comes to managing their IT and IT Strategy
  • We’ll discuss the potential benefits and challenges of moving your business to the cloud and we’ll share some real-life examples of where that move has gone well, where it hasn't, and why it's so important working with the right partner.
  • We’ll touch on the processes we use for getting a better fundamental understanding of the business IT needs

We hope you enjoy it and find it useful!

Graham Stead

Written by Graham Stead

Graham joined CMI following the acquisition of his previous business in 2016, having successfully run that for business for 20 years. Graham's absolute focus is on making sure that we consistently hold our clients central to everything that we do, and is often heard repeating our mantra "we exist to make a significant positive impact on our clients business". Graham and his team work closely with our clients to educate, inform, and ultimately to provide technology that delivers that positive impact. Outside of the office, he is a huge supporter of Bone Cancer Research Trust and has raised over £130,000 for them in recent years.

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