6330 E. 75th Street, Suite 336Indianapolis, Indiana 46250
(800) 746-4356(317) 251-7920

  • We help organizations

    master complex business and technology issues.

  • Strategic solutions

     for your internet, data communications and broadband needs.

  • Helping you

     make critical decisions that impact your bottom line.

We Help With

✓Servers   ✓Desktop     ✓WiFi    ✓Security    ✓Support    ✓Networks    ✓Communications 

IT Consulting Services for Indiana

SIM2K provides IT consulting services to the Indiana community as well as a wide range of technology-related products. Our focus is on ensuring that all of your business needs are met. We can provide all of your management and technology solutions.

 
 


About SIM2K - Indiana Technical Support

Our IT Consulting & Computer Support Background

Based in Indianapolis, SIM2K provides business and technology solutions for clients in Indiana and around the world. We help all types of organizations master the complex business and technology issues that affect them, no matter their size or industry. Our clients can take advantage of our IT solutions to help them make the right decisions.

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Our People

Our staff members are experienced in the development and implementation of local and wide-area networks, Internet Development, unified communications, on-line marketing, IT consulting, hardware installation and application development and support. We can also draw on our extensive professional contacts for even the most complex situations.

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Our Technical Support

Our IT consulting staff has years of combined technical knowledge and experience. Our tools enable us to quickly identify problems, diagnose the reason and correct the issue to keep our clients’ up and running. Our monitoring often lets us “fix” a potential problem before the client even knows something was amiss. As the technology marketplace evolves, we are constantly updating our knowledge base and tools to keep abreast of developments and serve our clients better.

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Our Happy Customers

"As a small business, we do not have our own internal IT department. SIM2K® Block Hours offer us a way to get more of the support we need at a lower cost."
-A central Indiana wealth management company

"We've found SIM2K to be an instrumental force in shaping our IT future. Thanks to their SIM2K Block Hours, we've found an effective way to pay for our IT needs as they arise."
-A central Indiana auto auction

"SIM2K has been there for us over the years. They've helped us setup remote access systems, advised us in our continued growth and even helped us restore our patient management software."
-Top rated Indiana surgeon's office

"We were hit by a nasty Internet worm right in the middle of tax season that disabled our server. SIM2K was able to come in and in hours we were back up and running. Their responsive and competent help saved us a lot of time, pain and money."
- A central Indiana accounting firm

"BDA has been utilizing SIM2K consulting services for several years now. We are very pleased with SIM2K's focus on customer service and recently decided to become a SIM2K® Pinnacle customer. We IMMEDIATELY realized the cost benefit to our company! SIM2K Pinnacle has proven to be a great asset to our company..."
- Bill Dunbar and Associates, LLC

The Latest High-Profile Security Breach

Why was the tech that killed WannaCry arrested by the FBI?

  • 17 August 2017
  • Author: TMcShane
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HBO doesn’t negotiate with hackers

               

                “That’s a game we’re not going to participate in”. Unfortunately, HBO executives may learn they don’t have a choice but to play along. The entertainment giant has become the latest victim of high-profile cybercrime- proving that attacks happen to companies of all sizes and industries. In what the hackers themselves are calling “the greatest leak in cyber space era”, around 1.5 terabytes of HBO data has been exfiltrated and held ransom. When HBO made it clear they weren’t going to pay up, the hackers uploaded portions of the data to the web, and for a period of time, unaired episodes of shows like Game of Thrones, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and Bill Hader’s new comedy Barry- that isn’t expected until 2018- were available online.

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