Your IT support needs are unique, which means that solutions for other companies may not work for your company. There is no magic formula when it comes to Channelview IT support, which is why everyone here at Omnipotech is good at listening. After addressing your business goals, we will craft an IT support solution that helps achieve them, regardless of your company’s size.
Channelview IT Support solutions that ensure the protection, confidentiality, and integrity of your data
- Your company’s success hinges on using technology as a bridge between people and process.
- Reliable security is at the heart of successful Channelview IT support.
- Your Channelview IT Support needs are realized because we give you what you want.
- Don’t pay more for Channelview IT Support that you don’t really need.
Your company’s IT support issues may bring us together, but we nurture partnerships by listening and caring over time. As your business grows, we refine your Channelview IT support strategy to increase efficiency, security, and profitability. Since 2002, we’ve been providing IT support to clients all over their world. We are are ready to do the same for you.
Comprehensive Channelview IT Support solutions from Omnipotech
Your IT support needs are fully realized with our comprehensive, proprietary approach. Your success is what fuels our success. Every member of our IT support team operates from our Channelview office and they are hired for their technical skill, empathy, and communication skills. By nurturing our business partnerships, we create better Channelview IT solutions that create happy clients.
Our comprehensive Channelview IT support solutions include:
- IT Consulting
- Managed IT Services
- Cloud IT Solutions
- Hardware/Software Sales
- Cyber Security Services
- Hosting Services
- Telephone systems
- Cloud Services
- Application Development
You won’t overpay for Channelview IT support services you don’t need
Why pay for Channelview IT support that you seldom use? By digging down into the nature of your business, we can focus on solutions unique to your enterprise. This process is fully transparent and keeps costs lower through surgical pricing.
Channelview IT Support fully focused on security
Protecting your data is paramount. We have never lost a client’s data, and all of your backups are fully insured. We will work with you to develop comprehensive Channelview IT security protocols focused on architecture, prevention, and monitoring.
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Channelview came about when oil was found in the area. The first occupants of the area were the workers at the refinery. That is perhaps why the Handbook of Texas describes Channelview as an oil refinery suburb of metropolitan Houston. According to the city’s census data, Channelview’s population is estimated to be around 40,534 residents. Additionally, it is considered the 1,020th largest city in the United States.
The city is situated in the area where the San Jacinto River shapes the Old River. It is in the southern part of Interstate 10 and the Missouri Pacific Railroad. It is also 15 miles east of Downtown Houston. The city occupies a total area of 18.1 square miles, and 14.8 square miles are made up of land while 3.4 square miles are made up of water. The city is a census-designated place, or CDP, within the bounds of the greater Houston metropolitan area.
The median age in the city is 30 and that is, more or less, 11% less than the average of Texas, which is 34. More than 50% of Channelview’s residents are married and over the age of 15. As for languages, 56% of the population speak Spanish, and only 43% speak English. Furthermore, 61% of the citys residents were born in Texas, 13% were born outside Texas, and only 1% of the population were born outside of the U.S.
On average, the city has 201 sunny days, annually, while the U.S. average is 205. The summers high is roughly around 92 degrees Fahrenheit while the winter low is 44 degrees Fahrenheit. The Sperling’s Comfort Index for Channelview is 68, meaning it has a comfortable climate throughout the year. Its comfort index is 14 points higher than the U.S. average.
In the late 1930s, a school district was formed. Channelviews history has always been linked to refinery construction or barge reconstruction. By 1933, a post office was opened. The location of Channelview was the home of Lorenzo de Zavala, who is one of the founding fathers of the Republic of Texas. Today, the southern part is now called De Zavala St.
Now, for your historical trip, be amazed by the size and scope of the San Jacinto monument, which has a 567.31-foot-high column. This is right on the Houston Ship Channel in autonomous Harris County, Texas. The monument honors the site of the Battle of San Jacinto, the crucial battle of the Texas Revolution. It is 4.20 miles from the Channelview City Center.
Since you are in the vicinity, go to San Jacinto Museum of History, which is equally interesting and inspiring. Unveil the origins of the Lone Star, and see the 18-minute battle for independence that changed the flow of world history. The history of the United States is engrained with the heritage of the Texan’s honor, ferocity, and valor. Lastly, complete your historical trip and come aboard the Battleship Texas. The ship has witnessed crucial naval battles and served in both World Wars. Learn about the history of the Houston Ship Channel. After you have explored the battleship, take a break and rest at the nearby picnic grounds.
One trip that is perfect for parents and kids is the Lynchburg Ferry, which is facing the Houston Ship Channel. It is the first operating ferry service in the state of Texas that can carry bicycles, cars, and pedestrians, which are all free. The ferry has two servicing ships and another standby if needed.
Be one with nature at Baytown Nature Center. It is only 7.8 kilometers away from Channelview. The Baytown Nature Center, located at the nearby city of Baytown, is surrounded by the Crystal Bay, Scott Bay, and Burnet Bay. The place is a wildlife haven and is home to the hundreds of mammals, reptiles, birds, and water species.
Check out the Juan Seguin Historic Park at La Porte, which is just 3.5 km from Channelview. It is wonderfully located, which faces the Houston Ship Channel, right across the road from where the Monument Inn and Lynchburg Ferry are. The playground for the children is family friendly, and there are many seats available to view the tankers and freighters, as they glide by the Ship Channel. There is a place to have picnic as well and places for people to learn the history and significance of Juan Seguin.
Channelview is also the home of the Houstons Astros pitcher Chris Sampson. He remained with the Astros through the 2010 season when he became a free agent. Channelview is likewise the home of outfielder Glenn Wilson and the former wide receiver of the Chicago Bears (NFL), Johnny Knox.
Surely, there are many activities and places to enjoy at Channelview and its geographic neighbors. What are you waiting for? Come and visit Channelview to experience it for yourself.