Customers of most businesses are connected to social media 24/7, which means you have to be able to reach out to customers at all times of day.

Cloud Computing

Our cloud computing services allow you to work from anywhere. By including cutting edge software and hardware technologies, MDL keeps your data secure.

Disaster Recovery

We offer cloud storage solutions in a cost-effective and secure way to keep tabs on your data. With off-site backup, you can rest assured that we have your back, always.

Managed Services

Our Managed Services is designed to dramatically reduce or eliminate computer problems in your business while maximizing your network’s speed & stability.

24/7 Help Desk

Our MDL Technology help desk is staffed Monday-Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM CST with techs ready to handle all your computer problems. After business hours, call 816 781-3006.


Technology to ease your life


MDL Technology, LLC, a Kansas City-based IT and managed services company, providing 24/7 support to area businesses. Our local technicians are certified and fully trained to meet your IT support needs. Services include cloud computing, Microsoft Dynamics CRM, disaster recovery, managed IT services, virus protection, data backup to the cloud, networking and more. We partner with our clients to collaborate, design, build, scale and install network infrastructure at an affordable rate to fit the needs of the organization. Our team has decades of experience in the IT industry to assist any type of business large or small with managed IT services and support around the clock.

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Better Service. Happy Customers.

  • “Two years ago, we were paying nearly $15,000 per month for computer support on our 80 workstations and 13 servers, with a tech on-site pretty much all day, every day. Once MDL implemented their Peace of Mind managed service plan, not only have we cut our monthly IT costs to $8,500, but they handle 70% of our issues remotely. We couldn’t be more satisfied with their service, and the savings speaks for itself.” read more

    Nostrum Laboratories
  • “Thank you MDL Technology! We knew we needed help and you came through for us. Nobody in the office is very strong in the computer area…so glad we were told about you! Now we can just call our ‘IT department’ and you take care of any and all questions or problems immediately. The Peace of Mind plan has just added an extra layer of security and, well, peace of mind, that our system is secure, up-to-date, and reliable.” read more

    Midland Capital Services
  • From Day 1, we’ve been very impressed with MDL Technology and its fantastic team of IT professionals. Their regular monitoring and maintenance services and proactive virus protection means that we don’t have to worry about downtime for our tax and government industry organization. Plus, since everything is done on a flat monthly fee, we have the peace of mind… read more

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  • It is important for us to know that our system is being monitored at all times and that is what MDL Technology, LLC offers. We chose this company for its prompt service and viable solutions to our technology issues. The staff and services have been extremely beneficial to our organization. There is less billing because of the fixed cost, which is just another thing that alleviates stress for us. read more

    Steve Goettling
    Assistant General Manager at KCIAA
Kansas City
Leath and Sons


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  • Three Techweek KC Events You Should Consider Attending

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  • Four Banking and Financial Data Security Tips

    Banks have always been a target for crime. With that much money and personal data financial institutions hold, thieves and other criminals are always searching for ways to break past security. In the digital world where cash is not the currency but numbers on a screen, hackers have become the new bank robbers. Hackers are looking for weak spots in your virtual security and, unfortunately for most institutions, there are a lot of them. Here are some basic data security tips to keep consumers’ data and dollars safeguarded. Prevent Internal Breaches Sadly, internal breaches are a common data security risk. Employees need to undergo thorough background checks and perform regular…

  • Back to School Safety: The Virus Threats You Need to Be Aware Of

    It’s that back to school time of year again where everyone experiences rejuvenation and feeling of starting fresh in the air. With a renewed mindset of starting over, it is time to look at the security of your computer and systems. There are quite a few virus threats going around and your computer could be the next target. Learn what they are and how you can prevent risk to practice back to school safety. Ransomware At the beginning of the year, we talked about Cryptowall Ransomware that was targeting law firms in the US. Now ransomware has spread across the world, targeting everyone from businesses to students. A recent report…

  • IoT Data Security Tips for HVAC Companies

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