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"They are seasoned professionals who have worked with us to configure our computer system to best allow us to address the needs of our clients. We consider Cermak to be an indispensable part of our office support."

George GlenLaw Office of Glen & Glen

Serving Franklin County, Pennsylvania and Washington County, Maryland.

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Proud member of the Greater Chambersburg Chamber of Commerce, Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce, and the Greencastle-Antrim Chamber of Commerce.

News & Recent Projects

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Wednesday May 8th

We're happy to support our local chambers!Thank you Cermak Technologies, Inc for your G-ACC membership renewal!
"Since 1994, we’ve been building and servicing computers for local homes and businesses.Serving Franklin County, PA and Washington County, MD, our staff of A+ Certified Technicians and Microsoft Certified Professionals."

46 S Potomac St # A
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
(717) 762-8234
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Monday April 22nd

21 cameras are now up and running at the Alexander Hamilton Memorial Free Library. One librarian was so excited to see the new playback system that she threatened to give us a hug. 😄 ... See MoreSee Less

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Great job Mike Cermak and crew.

SCAM ALERT!

We’ve had several customers receive this Office 365 message. It looks official – they’ve even included a green “safe sender” banner in the email – but it is a scam. If you click the link, it will ask you to log in to Office 365, but you will actually be giving your password to the scammer. Never click a link from an email and enter your password. Instead, go to the web site yourself rather than trusting the link in the email. If you receive this message, or one like it, please delete it. If you suspect you or a colleague may have entered your password on such a site, please change your password right away and let us know so that we can look for suspicious activity.

Friday April 19th

SCAM ALERT!

We’ve had several customers receive this Office 365 message. It looks official – they’ve even included a green “safe sender” banner in the email – but it is a scam. If you click the link, it will ask you to log in to Office 365, but you will actually be giving your password to the scammer. Never click a link from an email and enter your password. Instead, go to the web site yourself rather than trusting the link in the email. If you receive this message, or one like it, please delete it. If you suspect you or a colleague may have entered your password on such a site, please change your password right away and let us know so that we can look for suspicious activity.
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We spent some time in the back of a police cruiser today... installing a new camera. (Mikes wife didnt find that ... delay very funny.) 😁

Friday April 12th

We spent some time in the back of a police cruiser today... installing a new camera. (Mike's wife didn't find that ... delay very funny.) 😁 ... See MoreSee Less

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Heather Lynn Cermak

NO.... I did not 🤣

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