ROCKLAND, Maine — Computer Solutions is excited to announce the addition of Ian Hiltz as small business technician.
Hiltz recently relocated from South-Central Pennsylvania and brings more than a decade of Information Technology experience to the Computer Solutions team. He formerly used his IT knowledge with small businesses in the Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Harrisburg areas. He is a Microsoft-certified professional expert in the design, implementation, administration, and support of small business networks and focuses particularly on minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity by effective technology management.
As a part of the Computer Solutions team, Hiltz will work with local businesses to more effectively leverage their technology infrastructures for cost-saving and productivity-enhancement.
“Performance monitoring and preventative maintenance – just being proactive about IT management – can really work wonders for a small business environment,” Hiltz said in a press release. “Information Technology can do great things for small businesses by streamlining work processes and organizing information in a way that is almost impossible without computers, but those benefits can’t be realized if the systems are unreliable or too slow. By being proactive about maintaining their technology investments, small businesses can get the full benefit of these tools in a very cost-effective way.”
Computer Solutions recently established a larger office space on Route 17 in Rockland, just across the street from Hannaford Supermarket. Hiltz says that as Computer Solutions becomes a more profound presence in Midcoast Maine, small businesses will take advantage of the company’s focus on the small business sector.
“The services Computer Solutions provides to small businesses can increase productivity and reduce total cost of ownership for any company with new or existing technology investments,” he said in the press statement. “Having these services available will make a big difference for businesses in this region.”
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