Welcome to PTech!

“Aligning unique needs of each business with the latest in technology.”

Featured Products and Services

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DropSuite Email and Unlimited Data Backup

Peace of mind. Unlimited Email and Data backup with Dropsuite.

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LastPass Business Password Management

The ONLY password you’ll ever need to remember, ever again! Business version for industry standard compliance.

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Data Restoration Services

Quick turnaround time for Solid State and Hard Disk Drives (Apple or PC) and all Cell Phones restored in a ISO 5 Class 100 certified clean room.

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Microsoft 365 Software Suites

Office apps, intelligent cloud services, and world-class security. Different options to choose from.

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Dialpad Phone Service

Digital phone service featuring a robust modern interface.

Navigating through the Technology

Fast Pace of Changes

It is no secret, or surprise, the business environment changes as quickly as technology changes.  We know how frustrating that can be, especially when computers or servers slow down or don’t work like they should because of recent changes in technology, or because computers get old fast, or better yet – user error.  That’s where PTech comes in!  With every IT project we complete, we empower our clients by providing them with the tools and knowledge to become more efficient, effective and better able to compete with the newest advancements in technology.

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Founder and CEO

Scott Pauli

At a young age, I’d take apart almost anything mechanical, and put it back together again, just to see exactly how it worked.  So, I guess you could say I’ve always had a “Technical” mind.  However, my real passion for technology developed to what it is today while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.  Prior to the Internet’s creation, my job’s daily routine as a Unit Diary Clerk was to enter my commands activities, whether it be payroll, new promotions or any other data important enough to be historically recorded, and then transmit the data to its centrally stored location in the U.S. via (D)ARPANET – the “Internet” in its military form, before it became the “Internet” as we know it today!   

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