Welcome To IT Kauai
IT Kauai was founded in 2001 by Mark Gregory. In 2008, IT Kauai merged with MAS Services, founded by Steve Massaro. Together, Mark and Steve have grown the company to 12 employees. IT Kauai has permanent offices on Oahu and Kauai, and services customers throughout the state of Hawaii. IT Kauai is currently expanding to service the rest of the United States.
Why Choose Us?
No matter the time of day, we are always looking out for you and your company. Our support team fixes problems before you even know they are there.
At IT Kauai, our specialists are always trying to improve. Our employees train daily to and become certified in networking, Microsoft Teams, and other aspects of technology. Continuously improving and educating our team allows us to create innovative solutions to complex problems.
In this difficult time, we are dedicated to making your technology simplified and stress-free. From Hawaii to the East Coast, you can rely on IT Kauai for remote support.
At IT Kauai, we prioritize our community around us. From hosting webinars and training sessions, to sponsoring Island School, FIRST Robotics, and the Kauai Chamber of Commerce, our team is here for you.
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