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Since 2011, IT Pros Management has been a leader in the East Los Angeles, CA IT service industry. In the more than 11 years that we have been in business, we have successfully helped countless for-profit and non-profit companies boost their productivity and increase their profitability by providing fully scalable, streamlined IT support.
IT service management firms are a dime a dozen these days, but IT Pros Management isn’t your run-of-the-mill East Los Angeles, CA IT service provider. What makes us different is our commitment to providing our clients with the most current technology consulting, services, maintenance, and support as an affordable solution, thereby maximizing the productivity and profitability of our clients – and increasing the overall success of their Los Angeles County companies.
When you choose IT Pros Management as your East Los Angeles, CA IT service provider, you will be able to take advantage of the following benefits:
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We monitor and maintain all software and hardware, such as operating systems, networks, and devices, so potential IT and cybersecurity issues get resolved before they impact your business processes.
With our simple, transparent, and predictable pricing, you can accurately budget for growth. We don’t do hidden fees. Period. You can just relax, knowing you have IT covered.
You just concentrate on growing your company while we manage your cybersecurity and business-critical IT service systems for you. We understand the tech your business needs to succeed.
East Los Angeles, or East L.A., is an unincorporated area in Los Angeles County, California. As of the 2020 census it had a population of 118,786, a drop of 6.1% from 2010, when it was 126,496.
Historically, the neighborhood northeast of downtown known today as Lincoln Heights was originally named East Los Angeles, but in 1917 residents voted to change the name to its present name. Today it is usually considered part of L.A.’s Eastside, the geographic region east of the Los Angeles River that includes three neighborhoods within the city of Los Angeles (Boyle Heights, El Sereno and Lincoln Heights) and the unincorporated community in Los Angeles County known today as “East Los Angeles”. Lincoln Heights is 4 miles (6 km) northwest of present-day East Los Angeles. When Lincoln Heights, the first east-side subdivision created in 1873, changed its name, Belvedere (Belvedere Gardens and Belvedere Heights) and surrounding unincorporated county areas were given the moniker of East Los Angeles. By the 1930s, most maps had started to label the Belvedere area as “East Los Angeles”.1910 Janss Investment Company ad for Belvedere Heights property sales
The cornerstone of the first building of Occidental College was laid in September 1887 on Rowan Street. In 1896, the building was destroyed by fire.
On April 2, 1905, it was reported that the Janss Investment Company would be developing an area “on Boyle Heights” (later, Boyle Heights would refer only to a smaller area to the west, i.e. the neighborhood now called Boyle Heights within the Los Angeles city limits). The 170-acre (0.69 km2) tract was located at the eastern terminus of the Los Angeles Railway’s “R” streetcar line. Originally known as “Hazard’s Eastside Extension”, was to be named Highland Villa, but would later be rechristened Belvedere Heights. Belvedere Heights, at its launch in 1905, extended from the L.A. city limits (Indiana Av.) on the west to Rowan Av. on the east, from Aliso St. on the south to Wabash Av. on the north, the northwestern portion of today’s East Los Angeles, thus including the lower portions of what today is called City Terrace.Learn more about East Los Angeles.
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