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Austin Symphony Selects San Antonio's Commercial IT Solutions as Their Cloud Solutions Provider

With CIT Cloud Office, Austin Symphony will effectively be able to access business applications and their desktop, from anywhere, any time and from any device in a secure and fast environment.

SAN ANTONIO, TX, October 15, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ — Commercial IT Solutions, Inc., today announced that Austin Symphony recently launched their desktops in the CIT Cloud Office workspace. This Cloud solution enables Austin Symphony to continue providing excellence in music performance and educational programming by also allowing them access to their applications and files anywhere, any time and from any device.

Austin Symphony was founded in 1911 and is Austin’s oldest performing arts group. The orchestra also offers a complete season of musical and educational programming. Their mission is to enhance the cultural quality of life for the adults and young people of Austin and Central Texas.

“Austin Symphony chose to deploy their desktops/applications in the CIT Cloud Office because of the freedom and reliability our solutions offers, which also eliminates viruses and expensive hardware” explains Niklas Rosen, President of Commercial IT Solutions. “At this point, everyone is pretty familiar with the Cloud, but not everyone is familiar with a Managed Cloud and real Cloud engineer support 24/7. We want to be known for that. We want our customers to know how available we really are.”

Commercial IT Solutions, Inc. headquarters is located at 115 E. Travis St., Ste 1425 in San Antonio, TX 78205. CIT provides cloud hosting and virtual desktop solutions to small and medium sized businesses across Texas.


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