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PC/Laptop Repair

We repair and upgrade many different models of PCs and Laptops.

Virus Removal

Your machine will run like new with our Virus Removal Service.

Windows and Mac Repair

We troubleshoot and fix problems with Windows and Mac operating systems.

Data Recovery

CDM has data recovery services to assist in getting your important files back to you.

Networking Support 

All of your networking needs and services are available at CDM!

Web Development

CDM can help you get your personal site or business up and running online with a custom page just for you.

Computer Security 

CDM offers classes and software to help you be more secure in today's digital age.

Business IT Services

CDM offers IT services to help your business thrive and grow.

Welcome to CDM Technologies - Technology Tailor Made

A computing company that cares about your technology experiences.  We work beside you, to solve your problems and address your needs. We clarify technology concepts so that you can make good  decisions. So, whether your needs are big or small, complex or basic, CDM should be your choice for technology service and support.

 

Just launced, Technology Tailor Made, a customized training program to provide the answers you have been looking for.

CDM offers computing services that support your business: 

 * Managed/Support Services, 

 * Networking, 

 * PC Security/Asset Protection and

 * Web Development  and Hosting. 

 

CDM sells computer parts, computer systems and laptops.  No matter your needs CDM can guide you through it all.

 

Contact Us

Call us for more information or to schedule an appointment.

We have two locations - Cincinnati - 513-377-1679 and Indianapolis - 317-788-7885.

Testimonials

Rick
2017-05-22, 00:00
This was my 3rd time going to CDM for help with my laptop issues, and each time they go out of their way to help me. This particular time, I was having issues with my internet connection at home. I … read more
Barbara
2017-08-14, 19:11
Love Robin and the gang at CDM Computers. I am an artist that enjoys the benefits of technology but have no desire to know how it works. When I drive a car it needs to start on demand and take me … read more

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  • Gender Issues in the Real World
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    Madi is a senior electrical engineering major at a university in Ohio.

    Her creativity and interest in design started early through her dad, an environmental engineer. In high school, four years of Project Lead the Way shaped her interest in STEM. A digital logic course her junior year and an electric guitar project became the last steps before applying those skills in the pursuit of a career.

    College has its own challenges though. Mechanical and civil engineering majors usually have a small to medium handful of females, but the EECS (electrical engineering and computer science) department only has two women graduating this year. One of the biggest problems for Madi is respect.

    “I know I have it easier than others, but there are times when professors are quick to jump in with opinions and it happens more with females," said Madi. "They tend to teach males in lab settings, but just do the work for girls.”

    Madi also knows the comments some professors make about the women or their work happen without those men realizing the broader implications. It has a stigma attached.

    This isn’t always the case. Looking beyond graduation, Madi believes things will change. Companies are excited to diversify their engineering staff and interns with females. Some claim that there is a large gender pay gap in the electrical engineering field, but her experiences have been fair. While treatment among engineers is good, there are concerns of other departments and their potential for bias.

    She believes there needs to be a culture change across the board. High school has a large influence on young women and STEM. Exposure to programs like Madi was a part of is a start, but the college experience needs more energy.

    “Maybe having seminars, general education, or changing the tone of conversations would help people consider different perspectives,” said Madi.

    Her experience overall is fulfilling but she feels it’s taken a couple of years to stand up and fight for the respect and equality all the women in the field deserve.

    After graduation, Madi wants to apply her skills in the medical field. Her interest in neural engineering and a desire to help people come from her mom’s influences as a nurse. Madi spent a lot of time around those medical staff but felt more called as an innovator. Her eyes are set on grad school and some companies even pay for degrees. Most people would bite at the opportunity to get a masters without more debt, but having diversity helps to advance more than just her personal goals, it combines different perspectives and helps to make the world a better place.
    Written on Thursday, 20 June 2019 15:53 in Tech Know How Be the first to comment!