Highly skilled professionals can help you with any Small Business IT services.

It makes sense for businesses to concentrate on what they do best … creating the products and services for their customers. KC Company removes the task of understanding IT and how computer systems function.


Maintaining small business IT services that help keep businesses running is our specialty. Including:

  • Cloud implementation
  • Software supports DOS through Windows 10 and Server 2019
  • Hardware support for PC’s, networks, printers, servers and mobiles
  • Troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and upgrading
  • VOIP and network camera systems
  • Broadband and email configuration, troubleshooting and integration
  • Virus, spyware and malware prevention, mitigation and remediation
  • Windows clean up, speed up and full re-installs
  • Damaged data recovery (hard drives, flash drive, Windows corruption)
  • Disaster recovery planning, design and execution (offsite and local)
  • System advice, design, setup, installation and maintenance
  • Application and software consulting and installation
  • Wired and wireless network design, installation and troubleshooting
  • Firewall installation and maintenance
  • VPN and remote computing solutions
  • Remote diagnosis and troubleshooting available
  • Secure destruction of sensitive data
  • Windows Mobile device integration

Socially Distancing Telecommuters: Remember Personal Devices Aren’t As Protected!

At this point, most of us who can work from home safely are already doing so. The problem is that our devices at home aren’t nearly as protected as the ones our employers offer.

Working Remotely Through VPN During Quarantine Puts You at High Risk

In response to COVID-19, CISA (the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency) is urging those who’ve been sent home to work to take extra caution as they connect to their organization through VPN.

Why Was an Entire City in Florida Forced to Pay a $600,000 Ransom to Hackers?

Riviera Beach joined the likes of San Diego, Baltimore, and Atlanta last summer after paying $600,000 worth of bitcoin to hackers who held the city’s computer systems ransom after malware infiltrated computers through a phishing email opened by a city employee.

Is it Up to the User or Manufacturer to Secure IoT Devices?

A new survey recently revealed that a whopping 75% of IoT users expect manufacturers to offer built-in protection for consumers. Additionally, three quarters of those folks even note that they’d avoid buying an IoT device altogether if they discovered it lacked embedded security features.

PO Box 52 Willow Street, PA 17584

Phone: 717.431.5054
Email: info@kccompany.net