New Addition Keeps Club’s Wayne Street Location and Computer Labs Safe and Kids Protected
Special to the Columbia Daily Herald | December 9, 2019
Columbia, TN – Simplify Technology, a Columbia-based managed services provider, recently donated a $1,000 firewall to Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury County as part of the Club’s efforts to keep their Wayne Street location and computer labs cybersafe.
“Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury County provides an incredible service to our local youth, including multiple computers they use daily for homework and special projects,” said Adam Lea, CEO of Simplify Technology. “The donated firewall will provide an extra layer of protection from global cyber threats that invade us daily. More importantly, it will keep kids in the community safer as they learn to navigate the Information Technology world.”
Located in Columbia, Tennessee, Simplify Technology delivers technology solutions to a variety of organizations throughout Middle Tennessee. Coupled with best-in-class tools and service delivery, including installation needs, complete data protection, cloud services/adoption, and ransomware and phishing risks support – Simplify Technology teams up with some of the most respectable names in the IT industry, such as Microsoft, Dell, Cisco, Fortinet, and TrendMicro.
Robyn Peery, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of Maury County; Tim Beard, Simplify Technology Support Technician; and Adam Lea, CEO of Simply Technology are joined by several students from the Club’s Wayne Street location in celebration of their new donated firewall.