Focus on your business and let us worry about the technology. We are your trusted partner in customizing the best IT networking & communication solutions that support your business goals and initiatives.
Why confine your brainstorms to the meeting room? Harness the power of easy-to-use interactive displays and whiteboards that are designed for the way you work today!
Work with our team of experts to design and deliver true productivity and collaboration to your organization.
Technology is ever-changing — Don't go it alone! Partner with MVDconnect and have all your business communication needs managed from a single point of contact. We manage your telecom and network environment the way you would manage it.
With our flat-rate monthly plans, you can put your focus back into your business instead of worrying about your technology budget.
St. Susanna Catholic Church experienced a total communications failure and MVDconnect stepped in to get them back up and running within a few days.
Abuelo's Mexican Food Restaurant needed help when their communications system died in their Mason, OH location.
Cincinnati-native MVDconnect proudly helped the American Cancer Society (ACS) raise over $305,000 at their 13th Annual Cincinnati Golf Classic this year. The first-class day of golf, networking and entertainment at the Kenwood Country Club gives locals the chance to come together and join the ACS in the fight against cancer. This year’s honoree was Chris Hodge.
As Hurricane Irma is fast approaching, more than a half-million Florida residents have been ordered to evacuate the area to avoid the category 5 hurricane. With life-threatening winds gusting at over 185 mph, it is one of the strongest hurricanes in the Atlantic ever recorded, and is likely to hit Florida over the weekend. This comes just a week after Hurricane Harvey pummeled through southeast Texas and southwest Louisiana, disrupting hundreds of thousands of people’s lives.
We have exciting news! MVDconnect wants to provide you with an update on the most recent developments, as Avaya has taken additional steps toward emerging from chapter 11.
U.S. District Judge David Hale dismissed AT&T’s case against the Louisville Metro Government in what has become known nationally as the “Google Fiber Case”. Last week’s ruling is likely to set precedent for similar cases across the United States.