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Managed IT Company - Ashburn, VA.

Outsourced Network Security, IT Consulting, Cloud Computing, Data Backup & Recovery

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First Column IT has been serving Ashburn businesses since 2002, providing IT Support services such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting. Our specialty is providing small and medium sized business enterprise-level IT services, at small business prices.

Why First Column for your Professional IT Support in Ashburn, VA.?

Reliable and secure IT support on a budget!  We combine the best aspects of hourly IT support and the best aspects of preventative IT maintenance, advanced security, add a live help desk (available anytime), and bundle it together into an easy flat rate budget. We have invested in infrastructure that automatically monitors your servers, network and workstations, detecting problems before they cause you downtime.  We partner with many types of businesses in the Ashburn area and throughout Northern Virginia.

  • FREE consultation & Network Audit, click here
  • Round the Clock Maintenance
  • Live Help Desk Support
  • Flat Rate Monthly Pricing
  • Your Company's Virtual CIO -On a Budget
  • Co-Managed IT Support Available
  • Flexible Managed IT Support that Grows When You Do

Flat Rate Managed IT Support Customized for Your Businesses

Ashburn is home to a diverse array of businesses. That is why we provide custom IT support programs tailored for your specific industry and company.

Ashburn, VA Interesting Ideas

Ashburn was originally known as Farmwell, or actually Farmwell Station.  Local legend tells that the new name came about after lightning struck an "ash" tree on a farm owned by the prominent John Janney.  The ash tree reportedly burned very brightly and then smoldered for days.  Folks came from all over the area to see the burning ash tree.  The name Ashburn was first recorded being used around 1870 to describe Janney's farm, thus Ashburn Farm.  In 1895 a former US Senator, William Morris Stewart, purchased Ashburn Farm. Soon after in 1896 the local post office raised concerns about possible confusion of Farmwell and the similarly-named Farmville, where Longwood University is.  The push was started for a new name, and perhaps the Senator himself, suggested Ashburn.