About CRC Cloud ®
Pioneers in IT Innovation and
Cybersecurity Excellence
Pioneers in IT Innovation and Cybersecurity Excellence

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Unraveling CRC
At its core, CRC embodies Cloud Resource Center, reflecting our mission to centralize and enhance your technological resources seamlessly

At CRC Cloud, our mission is clear and singular: to alleviate technology-related challenges for businesses ...

01
Our Vision
Specifically designed for small and medium-sized businesses, providing a balance of IT management and cybersecurity at an affordable cost
02
Our Mission
Our team of experts is ready to provide both on-premises and remote support, ensuring your IT needs are met, no matter where you are
03
Our Ethos
Strategic IT solutions that align with your budgetary considerations, without compromising on quality or security
Our Journey

Every Milestone, a Testament to Innovation

1983
The Beginning
Originating in Huntington Beach, California, CRC commenced its voyage with a Private Data Center utilizing Prime 2250 Mini Computers, catering to pivotal programs for Aerospace, Refineries, and Offshore enterprises
1983
1991
Networking Era

The ascent of PC units heralded the indispensability of networking, as we acquainted our clientele with the prowess of Novell, spawning interconnected workspaces

1991
1993
Windows for Workgroups

The introduction of Windows for Workgroups (WfW) presented a transformative phase for small businesses. It emerged as a viable alternative to Novell, marking our adaptability to the evolving IT landscape

1993
1995
Transition to Personal Computers

The surge in Intel CPU capabilities meant a shift in focus. We ushered our clients from Prime Mini Computers to the more versatile and powerful Personal Computer platform

1995
1996
Windows NT Adoption

Microsoft introduced Windows NT, and with it, we embraced an advanced platform that further enhanced our network system offerings

1996
portal
A New Millennium of Support

2000 was a pivotal year for CRC. Transitioning from a Time and Material basis, we led the way in Orange County, introducing ongoing Maintenance and Support. This era also saw us migrating clients through successive Windows server versions, ensuring they stayed ahead

2000
Consistent Backups
Multi-Server Strategy

As businesses’ needs grew, so did our solutions. Recognizing that a single server was often inadequate, we began deploying multiple servers to robustly handle diverse client applications

2001
Managed IT
Cloud Computing Emergence

CRC’s Private Cloud Data Center was established in Lake Forest, California. Utilizing advanced technologies like EMC SAS Storage Servers and VMware, we ensured seamless operations with both LAN and Internet Redundancy

2010
Comprehensive Management
Virtualization and Cloud Expansion

From a multi-server setup, we pioneered into our first Private Cloud Data Center. By consolidating servers like session-based hosts, domain controllers, database servers into Cloud Farms, we cut costs and enhanced efficiency

2012
Security First
Security and Stability Focus

Transitioning our On-Premise Data Center to a Managed Data Center Facility in California, we emphasized enhanced security, availability, and earthquake resilience. Top-notch infrastructure components ensured business continuity and client trust

2019
Guaranteed Availability
Advanced SSD Cloud Storage

CRC Cloud introduced an innovative SSD cloud storage farm, augmenting our service offerings. Designed for businesses seeking faster cloud computing solutions, this initiative employs Flash SSD technology, significantly boosting speed and efficiency in cloud operations. This development reflects our dedication to providing cutting-edge technological solutions

2022
Advanced Cybersecurity
AI Integration

This year saw CRC Cloud seamlessly integrate AI into its operations. Harnessing AI’s predictive analytics, our data centers gained self-diagnosing capabilities, setting the stage for anticipating and mitigating issues before they materialized

2023
Nurturing Tomorrow’s
Tech Leaders

At CRC Cloud, we proudly carry a legacy of educational engagement, having shared our technological expertise with community colleges across Southern ...

Computer Peripherals & Supplies Magazine, Spring/Summer 1986

The Saddleback Magazine, Spring 1991

Discover the roots of our technological commitment in a vintage 1991 ad from Saddleback Magazine, featuring CRC’s early dedication to advancing the academic sector with quality computer products and services. Back then, our offerings included an array of top-tier brands such as IBM, Apple Macintosh, and Compaq, with a focus on delivering comprehensive hardware, software, and training solutions, backed by full product support and exclusive educational discounts. While our services have significantly evolved and expanded since, this ad reflects the longstanding foundation of our customer-centric approach. 

Los Angeles Times, October 1992

The article highlights the necessity of regular computer maintenance to avoid technical issues, likening it to car tune-ups. It suggests semi-annual checkups and establishing support with service providers. Tips for managing software and hardware are provided to help maintain computer health. 

Irvine Valley College, Fall 1993

CRC organized courses on How to Build IBM-PC Compatible Computers, AutoCad Workshop, and Novell Network Management.

Irvine Valley College, Winter 1994

CRC organized courses on Novell Network Management, How to Build IBM-PC Compatible Computers, and AutoCAD Workshop.

Irvine Valley College, Fall 1995

CRC organized courses on Excel for Windows, Quicken for Windows, PowerPoint, AutoCAD Workshop, Internet, Operating Systems, and Network.

Irvine Valley College, Winter 1995

CRC organized courses on How to Build IBM-PC Compatible Computers, Excel for Windows Using the IBM/PC, Access for IBM/PC, Novell Network Management, PowerPoint for IBM/PC, AutoCAD Workshop, Windows 3.1 for IBM/PC, and Word for Windows for IBM/PC.

Irvine Valley College, Spring 1995

CRC organized courses on AutoCAD Workshop, Novell Network Management, Windows 3.1 for IBM/PC, Microsoft Excel for Windows using the IBM-PC, Microsoft Access for IBM/PC, Microsoft Word for Windows for IBM/PC, and Microsoft PowerPoint for IBM/PC.

Irvine Valley College, Winter 1996
CRC organized courses on Fundamentals of The Macintosh System 7.5, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Windows 3.1, Windows 95, Microsoft Word for Windows, Microsoft Excel for Windows, Access for Windows, PowerPoint for Windows. Visual Basic Programming, Inside Your PC, Novel Network Management, Internet.
Irvine Valley College, Spring 1996
CRC organized courses on Visual Basic Programming, Novell Network Management, Internet, Windows 3.1, Microsoft Word for Windows, and Microsoft Excel for Windows.
Rancho Santa Margarita,
Spring 1996
CRC organized a course on Inside Your PC.
Irvine Valley College, Spring 1996

CRC organized courses on Windows 3.1 for PC, Microsoft Word for Windows, Microsoft Excel for Windows.

Irvine Valley College, Summer 1996

CRC organized courses on Internet, Visual Basic Programming, Creating Web Pages, Inside Your Computer, Windows 3.1 for PC, Microsoft Excel for Windows, and Microsoft Word for Windows.

Irvine Valley College, Fall 1997

CRC organized courses on AutoCAD 13 for Windows, Microsoft Access for Windows, Microsoft Project for Windows, Web Page Authoring, Internet, How to Build and Upgrade Your PC, and Peachtree Complete Accounting.

 

Irvine Valley College, Spring 1997

CRC organized courses on Desktop Publishing/Word, Excel/Windows, Inside Your PC, Internet/Hands-On, PowerPoint/Windows, Project/Windows, Web Page Authoring, Windows 95, Windows NT, and Word/Windows.

Irvine Valley College, Summer 1997

CRC organized courses on Microsoft Excel 5.0 for Windows, Microsoft Access for Windows, Microsoft PowerPoint for Windows, Web Page Authoring, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Word 6.0 for Windows, and Microsoft Project for Windows.

Irvine Valley College, Spring 1998

CRC organized courses on AutoCAD for Windows, Internet, Microsoft Windows 95, Microsoft Word 97, and Microsoft Excel 97.

 

Orange Coast College, Summer 1999

CRC organized courses on Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Word 97, Internet, Microsoft Excel 97, and Create Your Web Site with Microsoft Front Page 98.

 

Irvine Spectrum News, June 1999

This article highlights a web page design class taught by Yousef Alinaghian that allows students to quickly learn how to create their own websites without having to learn HTML, catering to a diverse age group.

 

Irvine Valley College, Spring/Summer 2000

CRC organized a course on Creating Web Pages.

 

Engage with Us
Embark on a transformative journey with CRC Cloud ®. Our IT management expertise is your gateway to a secure, streamlined, and scalable digital landscape. Contact Us to explore our myriad solutions tailored to elevate your business to the next echelon
Engage with Us
Embark on a transformative journey with CRC Cloud ®. Our IT management expertise is your gateway to a secure, streamlined, and scalable digital landscape. Contact Us to explore our myriad solutions tailored to elevate your business to the next echelon