Welcome to MDL Technology

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 computer support for business around the clock.

OUR SERVICES

Managed Services...
The Managed Services package maintains quality control of all of your IT for one fixed, monthly expense so you don’t have to worry.Computer Support Kansas City
Need Support?
Contact our 24/7 Support anytime. We know how important it is to mitigate any downtime. If you have an IT-related problem, whether it be email issues or your server went down, call our Help Desk immediately.

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Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing has so many benefits to businesses, it’s hard to point to just one, but affordability, efficiency and reliability are just a few. Talk to us about the benefits of moving to the cloud!SharePoint Support Kansas City

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Client Testimonial
“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.” – Steve Goettling, Assistant General Manager at KCIAA

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Law Firms Beware – Preventing CryptoWall Ransomware

About five months ago, a computer hack made its way through over 600,000 computers called CryptoWall Ransomware. PCWorld reported over 5 billion files were encrypted. The virus quieted down in November, but now it is back and the hack’s main target is law firms. Photo credit: Don Hankins / Foter / CC BY The version […]

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Business Travelers Feel The Heat From Hotel Computer Virus

The next time you travel, be extra cautious when logging into the hotel Wi-Fi. That’s because hackers have developed a new virus aimed at business travelers in an attempt to gain access to corporate information. The virus, called “Dark Hotel,” tricks travelers into thinking they need to download updates to their computer in order to […]

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