CTCI will be hosting free luncheon style community workshops. These luncheons are geared to be an opportunity for eager individuals or businesses who want a greater taste of tech and are looking for a resource to provide access to emerging technologies.
CTCI Chief Security Officer, Avery Chipka, will be speaking at the MachTech Pro Event in New York on September 18, 2019. He will be addressing options for you to replace OS X Server, covering potential replacements including open source alternatives, cloud-based services, network attached storage, security as a service, and other solutions.
The Rutland maker-space known as “The Mint” has a new resource for members. Starting today members have the ability to print documents up to 44″ wide thanks to the contribution of a large format HP printer from CTCI.
CTCI is dedicated to helping to improve our local community and ensuring the safety of our future leaders is a big part of that. Throughout 2018 CTCI will be offering free of charge American Red Cross certification training in CPR / First Aid / AED to active teachers in our communities.
CTCI is a proud member of Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility and is happy to announce our underwriter sponsorship of the VBSR’s 28th Annual Spring Conference. Our sponsorship of this event is just one of the many ways that CTCI helps give back to the communities we call home, in an effort to support not only the development of our business but those we share the community with.
Community Service is at the root of CTCI’s principles, which can be found throughout the company. With more than 4,000 hours of community service provided Senior Partner Avery Z Chipka has been presented with the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award.
December 4-10, 2017, is Computer Science Education Week. At over 144,000 registered events worldwide and happening in over 45 languages, tens of millions of students around the global are participating in The Hour of Code- which are one-hour tutorial events to excite and engage learners of all ages (4 to 104) about the importance of …