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Since 2011, IT Pros Management has been a leader in the Neenach, 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 Neenach, 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 Neenach, 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.
Neenach is an agricultural settlement in northwestern Los Angeles County, California, with a population of about 800. It is facing a massive change with the proposed construction of a 23,000-home planned community to its north called Centennial.
The original name for present day Neenach is puyutsiwamǝŋ. This is in the Kitanemuk language. The Spanish referred to it as Ojo de la Vaca.
A 19th century name for the area was Cow Springs (), about a mile southwest of today’s Neenach School. El Camino Viejo, the Old Road to Los Angeles, passed from Laguna Chico Lopez north via Willow Springs Canyon, then west to the water at Aquaje Lodoso, then to Cow Springs and on to Tejon Pass. Later a shorter route was followed by the Stockton – Los Angeles Road and the Butterfield Overland Mail between Elizabeth Lake and Gorman. Instead of going north-south, travelers went east-west via the San Andreas Rift and Oakgrove Canyon, and north-south via Pine Canyon, Antelope Valley and Cow Springs. French Johns Station, 14 miles east of Gorman near Cow Springs, provided a way station for the stage line, teamsters and other travelers.
In 1888, Cow Springs was described as “a pleasant camping-place with willow trees, casting an inviting shade to the weary traveler” with a “pure, cold, limpid stream which came bubbling up from its earthen reservoir and went gaily dancing down to the thirsty soil that encompassed it about.”Learn more about Neenach.