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Posted By: Rich Morgan
Magic Touch Mechanical, Inc.
We only look good when our customers look good. Our customers depend on us for reliability. They want us to be ‘Johnny-on-the-spot.’ It’s nice for us to have CyberTrails be our ‘Johnny-on-the-spot.’ It means we have one less thing to worry about.” Link: Artizan Internet Services
Posted By: Tim Woods
Vice President and Chief Technology Officer
Artizan Internet Services
"As a non-profit, we are always looking at ways to become more fiscally responsible. Using CyberTrails’ virtualization technology has helped us and our members move to a move efficient and effective technology model without sacrificing service or progress." www.naspa.org
Posted By: John Kennedy
Senior Director of Information, Technology/Public Policy
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