Murtha Cullina LLP Donates Computer Monitors to MHIS
May 3, 2012
HARTFORD, CT (May 3, 2012) – The Information Technology Department of Murtha Cullina LLP recently donated computer monitors to Metro Hartford Information Services.
Murtha Cullina donated 55 flat panel computer monitors that will support the technological needs of the Hartford Public Schools as well as the City of Hartford.
Steve Spada, Director of Information Technology at Murtha Cullina LLP, said, “It is such a pleasure to give back to our community. Technology is continually advancing making it difficult for schools and cities to meet the financial challenges that come with this type of advancement. It is my hope that this donation will support these needs and as well as support the educational development of our young students.”
Metro Hartford Information Services’ mission is to provide leadership, coordination and support for the information technology and communication needs of the City of Hartford, Hartford Public Schools and the Hartford Public Library. More information about this organization can be found by visiting the City of Hartford online at www.hartford.gov.
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