About Us


Who we are

MDL Technology has been in business for more than a decade in Kansas City. Our office is located at 1801 McGee Street. Our services range from cloud computing to managed services and cybersecurity to disaster recovery. We are known for taking on major technology challenges, revamping them and running several contingency plan options while sticking to a budget. We take the “eek” out of computer geek so you can have peace of mind while you sleep.

Our company specializes in worry-free computer support by providing solutions for around-the-clock network monitoring, hosting, data recovery, off site backup security and much more. Our team includes experts in many IT specific areas with decades of experience.

Why choose us

We provide a wide range of services under one roof. Our solutions help you grow your business and provide security, peace of mind and flexibility. Our dedicated team is always there to support you 24/7.
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MDL Technology


Cloud Services

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

Business Continuity and 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 ...

Managed Service Provider

Searching for the best Managed Service Provider in Kansas City? In a rapidly evolving business landscape, navigating the complexities of technology is a challenge no ...


Accounting Firms

Accounting firms store a plethora of sensitive financial information powered by technology. However, this technology comes with the added risk of data breaches.


Data breaches are an unfortunate reality for many law firms. In fact, according to Lawyers Mutual, 22 percent of all law firms experienced a cyber attack or data breach in 2017, an increase from 14 percent in 2016.


The healthcare industry has been the recent target of the majority of cyber attacks. These attacks can be quite damaging, especially for an industry that holds thousands of digital records containing highly sensitive medical information.

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