Compulink Technologies and CEO Rafael Arboleda Recognized as a MBE Success Story

On April 13th 2017, Compulink Technologies’  CEO and Founder Raphael Arboleda gave a speech at the New York Empire State Development Minority and Woman Owned Business Regional Expo at Lehman College. Mr. Arboleda was asked to speak about using his New York State Minority Owned Business Certification to create a successful company. Compulink Technologies has been in business for 30 years and has become one of the most preferred vendors for the city and state of New York.  The New York State Empire State Development agency has recognized both Compulink and Mr. Arboleda as on of the most successful MBE certified businesses within the entire state.

In his speech Mr. Arboleda talked about how tough it is to do business with the government. As Mr Arboleda said ” doing business with the government takes time, patience and determination. You are never going to get every opportunity you compete for, and you will lose more than you win. The key is to keep trying and to keep learning. “

Congratulations to our CEO Rafael Arboleda who’s leadership and determination have made Compulink Technologies a major success today. Thank You to New York Empire State Development for acknowledging Compulink’s and Mr. Arboleda’s success, and for all the tools and resource you provide to help businesses succeed. Thank you to all the agencies that we have done business with, it has been a pleasure to serve you. We look forward to continuing our relationship with you. Lastly thank you to the employees past and present who contributed to Compulink’s success, and who keep the company going everyday.

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In recent weeks Compulink has made several major deals for a significant amount and many countless small deals. Our sales team is dedicated and hard working. We are thankful for our sales team for closing so many major deals, and continuing to work hard. Thank you to our technology partners who help us make so many big deals, your help continues to bring us a lot of success.

We made two new hire in the month of March for our sales team. They have been great additions to our company and have picked up the job quickly. We are continuing to develop their skills, but they are showing great growth.

Time for Interns

We have begun looking for interns for the summer so if you know a college kid looking for a summer job, that can provide a good experience, send them our way.

Microsoft Won’t Change Automatic Updates

We all know the feeling of being in the middle of something and then windows all of a suddenly updates, and you are not able to save your work. Microsoft has had the automatic updates feature on many versions of windows. There are many people who know exactly how that feels and how frustrating that is. Microsoft has decided to not change that problem, despite its user base asking for them to do so. Many of us use windows at work or at home, and this gets frustrating very quickly. The frustration is mounting and the fact that Microsoft does not appear to want to fix it, is odd. It is marketing 101 to address problems your customers are having. This is bad for Microsoft’s brand, and could partly explain why people switch of windows. 

As a personal example, I was working on a big marketing project once, when an automatic update had started. I lost all my progress from the start and it set me back days to put my project together. The worst part was that the update took a long time. I was using a computer at work to do my project for work. The update started, but after an hour was not making progress. That was because the network administrator for my job had to do things to allow the update. I lost valuable work and time because of these automatic updates.

Feel free to tell us how you feel about this. So many windows users are starting to get frustrated with this feature. It is very odd that this common problem is not being addressed. If Microsoft keeps wondering why more users switch to Macs or to other operating systems. This can be a contributing factor. It shouldn’t be that hard to fix, allow people to update windows when they want to.  Hopefully Microsoft gets the message.

Compulink Technologies is an MBE Certified Firm that has been bringing top-notch IT Service solutions to businesses and government agencies across the nation since 1986.

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