Best IT Services in Frisco, IT Networks, CyberSecurity, Cloud Services and VoIP

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Does your Frisco business need IT services? If you’re in Hall Office Park or any one of hundreds of other developments in Frisco, call 5K. We’re ready!

Looking for IT services in Frisco? Call 5K Technical Services. We offer 1-hour response (or less)!

Frisco’s section of the Dallas North Tollway is called the “Six Billion Dollar Mile”. With the relocation of Toyota’s U.S. headquarters, The Star in Frisco (new training center for the Dallas Cowboys), and Hall Office Park, that’s an understatement. It’s one of the most active office markets in Dallas, with hundreds of businesses relocating here every year.

5K Technical Services is an award-winning Microsoft-certified Managed Services Provider, and we’re proud to have served a number of businesses and churches in the Frisco area for more than 10 years. If you’re relocating in Frisco, contact 5K to help you set up your new office space, networks and infrastructure, and provide ongoing premier-class IT support to help you grow.

We offer the IT services relocating companies need, including:

  • Office infrastructure moves and upgrades (including HaaS and IaaS)
  • Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity planning and testing
  • Audio-Visual systems consulting, design & construction
  • Managed networks and security, including firewalls
  • Managed servers, including updates and data archiving
  • Managed VoIP services and unified messaging
  • Wireless information security

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