Southlake IT Support

PCX has been providing professional Southlake IT Support and Southlake IT Consulting to businesses Southlake, Texas since 1987.  We strive to give our Network clients Enterprise-level Southlake IT Support services and solutions at prices that work for small businesses.  Time and experience has helped us develop IT Support best practices and workflow procedures around a proactive philosophy designed to keep your focus on your business, not your technology.  We provide onsite IT Support services to clients in the DFW area and remote computer and network support to our customers throughout Texasand in major cities across America.  Whether you are a small business in Southlake or need remote IT services elsewhere, PCX can be your, full service Southlake IT Support and Southlake IT Consulting solutions partner.

Our team of Network Support experts can become your outsourced IT department, responding to your IT support issues quickly, often before you even know about them.  Covering everything from your servers and network infrastructure down to your computers, workstations, mobile devices and all of your Southlake IT Consulting projects we provide end-to-end solutions for all of your technology needs.

Southlake IT Consulting

  • Less Downtime – Faster resolution for computer problems leads to more productivity
  • Fewer Day-to-day Issues – Proactive maintenance in IT leads to less issues in general
  • Rock Solid Service– IT Consulting and Network Support that you can count on
  • More Opportunities – And more time in the day to take advantage of them
  • Flat-Rate IT Budget – Know your IT expenses ahead of time, accounting will thank you!
  • Infrastructure Protection – Keeping your Southlake Network and devices safe and secure
  • Business Continuity – Through backup and disaster recovery methods and best practices
  • A Good Night’s Sleep – Knowing your business is in good hands 24/7/365.

PCX is a full service Southlake IT Support vendor providing the following Southlake IT Consulting services:

  • Network Support Southlake
  • Security Solutions
  • Onsite Service
  • Virus – Worm – Spyware removal
  • High-speed Internet & E-mail
  • Southlake IT Consulting
  • Data Recovery and Backup Solutions
  • Custom Built Servers & Computers
  • VPN & Remote Access Solutions
  • Wireless Networks & Cabling
  • Computer Support DFW
  • Remote Network Support

Not sure where to begin with your Southlake IT Consulting, or even if PCX is a good fit for your Southlake IT Support needs.?  Give us a call or sign up to contact us and learn more about how we can help move your business forward.

“Your business depends on IT and at PCX, we’ve got IT covered”

Southlake Tidbits

Native Indians lived and hunted in the thick forests of post oak and blackjack before 1836. The early Indian tribes in the region are believed to include the Hasinai Caddos and the Tonkawas. The Wichitas, Kiowas, and Comanches arrived in the area during the late 1700’s.

Francisco Vasquez de Coronado led and expedition across northern Texas between 1540 and 1542, in search of the fabled Seven Cities of Cibola. Mexico forbade additional immigration into Texas by US settlers in 1830. In 1836 Texas won their independence from Mexico and formed the Texas Republic.

A man from Louisville, Kentucky named W peters and 19 of his associates contract to bring 600 families into the region in 1841. The constructing and garrisoning of a fort was ordered by General Edward Tarrant in order protect the extreme northwestern corner of the frontier in Texas. This fort became known as Bird’s Fort and is the current location of Birdville, which is currently a portion of northeastern Fort Worth.

Texas is welcomed into statehood in 1845 to become the 28th state in the US. Tarrant County is established in 1850. Although opposed by Governor Sam Houston, Texas secedes from the US in 1861. In 1869, Texas is readmitted to the US. In Texas the conflicts with the Indians stop.

A man named Robert Wilson establishes a general store close to the current intersection of Southlake and Davis Boulevards in 1888. The Dallas, Pacific, and Southeastern Railway Company begin laying the tracks for a railroad to Albuquerque, NM from Letot, TX in 1889. However, the tracks stop at the Jack County line. Oil is discovered at the oilfield at Spindletop, close to Beaumont in 1901.

The roadbed of the Keller/Grapevine, currently known as Southlake Boulevard, receives a topping of gravel in 1920. The construction of Texas highway 114 is started next to a roadbed that was bought from a bankrupt railroad in 1929. In 1932, the construction is completed. Bonney and Clyde or members of their gang kill two state troopers close to Texas highway 114 and Dove road in 1934. The construction of Lake Grapevine is started in 1948. The project cost approximately $11.8 million dollars and takes four years to complete.

The year 1956 brought the incorporation of Southlake. The community has an approximate population of 200 people and is 1.62 square miles in area. The businesses in the new community include a cotton gin, some hog and egg farms, Bailey’s grocery, Couch’s grocery, Board’s Store, Casey’s grocery, and the Mesco Metal Buildings Company.

Southlake became a General Law municipality in 1957. Carroll was upgraded to an independent school district in 1959 for grades one through eight. The high school is Grapevine. The Southlake Post office is established in 1964. The first postmistress is a woman named Lavon Baird. The community of Southlake becomes the City of Southlake in 1965.

An all-volunteer Fire Department is established in Southlake in 1966. Carswell Air Force base sells the community their first fire engine, which is a 1,000 gallon truck. That same year the Police department in Southlake is established. The population of Southlake is 1,250 people.

The Lone Star Gas Company agrees to provide gas service to the residents of Southlake in 1967. Inside the Carroll School, which was built in 1919, the first library in the city is established. The first police patrol car is bought.

In conjunction with the Fort Worth based engineering company of Carter and Burgess, the first comprehensive land use plan is developed in 1968. At the Dallas/Fort Worth Regional Airport the groundbreaking is held.

Although it later becomes the CISD Administration Building and the Carroll Middle School, on the corner of Carroll Avenue and Dove road, Carroll High School opens in 1970. Also opening is the Jack Johnson Elementary School. The community adopts the first Open Space, Recreation, and Parks Master Plan in 1991. The population of Southlake has increased to 10,00 people by 1993.

In dedication to city parks, a one half cent sales tax is approved by the State Legislature in 1994. The SPDC (Southlake Parks Development Corporation0 is started. A monument to State troopers H Murphy and W Wheeler, who were murdered by Bonnie and Clyde or members of their gang is dedicated in 1996. The 40th birthday of Southlake is celebrated by the community.

By 1998, the population of Southlake has increased to 20,000 people. The first stage of the Town Square is opened in 1999. Wine sales are allowed in grocery stores as approved by the voters in 2001. In the Town Hall, the city library is opened. The West facility of the Southlake DPS is opened in 2002. A grand opening celebration is held for the 12 lane, grade separated Texas Highway 114 in 2004 that took three years to construct.

The Carroll Dragon football team won its sixth state title in 2005. The 50th birthday of the community is celebrated by the residents of Southlake. In north Southlake and located partially on land owned by Bob Jones, the Bob Jones Nature is opened in 2008.

On Carroll Avenue, the headquarters building for the Department of Public Safety headquarters is dedicated in 2010. In 2011, stage one of improvements at Bicentennial Park is completed.