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Managed IT Services

Are you in need of help to manage your end to end IT? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Since 1993, KME Systems has specialized in managing IT so you don’t have to.

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Phone Systems

Phone Systems

Your phone system is the lifeblood of your business. Whether it’s a new service, a new system, or figuring out what you need, we can solve the problem.

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Help Me!

Help Me!

Sometimes, you aren’t sure what it is you need. Maybe something’s broken or maybe not. You have an issue that needs diagnosing? Just give us a call and we’ll tell you what the problem is!

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We do IT so you don’t have to

Thinking about a new IT project or unhappy with your current support situation? Then think about KME Systems for a minute. Whether you need a major project done and handed over to your staff, or want your people working on your company and not your computers, we can help... and have been for over 20 years!

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Protecting Your Critical Data: Make Sure Your IT Department can Prove it

Protecting Your Critical Data: Make Sure Your IT Department can Prove it

Posted by Mark Essayian on Oct 2, 2014

Backup. Backup. Backup. Several articles have been written on this topic, but it cannot be stressed enough.  Statistics show businesses that do not protect their critical data and processes will fail when disaster strikes. It is a question of when, not if, your data...

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Is Bring Your Own Device Safe for my Office?

Is Bring Your Own Device Safe for my Office?

Posted by Mark Essayian on Sep 16, 2014

Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) is a hot topic in the business world right now. This policy allows employees to bring and use their personal mobile devices, laptops, smartphones, tablets and more to work. Is it safe for your office? There are benefits and risks to...

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CryptoLocker Thieves Busted!

CryptoLocker Thieves Busted!

Posted by Mark Essayian on Sep 9, 2014

As a follow up for those of you who read our previous blog on CryptoLocker in June of 2014, authorities smashed these folks, but not before they extorted $3 million from victims all over the world.    An estimated 500,000 people got the virus and about 1.3% paid the...

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