Georgetown, Round Rock, Austin, and Central Texas are experiencing unprecedented times. With 47 days straight (so far) of 100+ degree weather, our community is feeling the pressure. Just last month, the fires in Cedar Park were a harsh reminder of how quickly disaster can strike. While some might even joke about welcoming a flood to break the heat, it underscores the importance of being prepared for anything.

As your local Managed IT Service Provider, we've been right here with you through these challenging weather conditions. We understand the unique threats that our community faces, and we're committed to keeping your business resilient.

Imagine the unexpected happening – a sudden fire, a crippling cyber attack, or even something as mundane yet damaging as a power failure due to extreme heat. In these heated times, both literally and figuratively, the difference between weathering the storm or closing your doors might come down to a solid disaster preparedness strategy.

At CTTS, we don't just provide services; we partner with you, adapting to the ever-changing local environment. We understand that each disaster – whether a fire in Cedar Park or a prolonged heatwave – brings unique challenges. Together, we'll devise a strategy that ensures that your data is secure, your systems are robust, and your business continuity is maintained, no matter what comes our way.

Our mission goes beyond recovering from disasters; it's about being proactive. It's about minimizing the downtime, protecting your reputation, and preserving the trust of your clients. With us by your side, you can navigate through fires, floods, heatwaves, or cyber threats with confidence.

The recent events in our community highlight the need to act now. Let us be your partner in fortifying your business against the unexpected. Visit us at or call us at (512) 388-5559. Together, we'll build a strategy that not only ensures survival but empowers your business to thrive, even when faced with the unexpected. You've built something incredible, and we're here to make sure it stays that way.  JOSH WILMOTH