Varay Managed IT provides responsive IT service in San Antonio

We’re pleased to serve San Antonio as a trusted IT service provider with a reputation for responsive, innovative IT solutions. Our San Antonio location offers the following services:San Antonio Skyline


varay-favicon-hr Comprehensive managed IT services

varay-favicon-hr Infrastructure

varay-favicon-hr Cloud services


 HIPAA compliant IT solutions

varay-favicon-hr IT solutions

varay-favicon-hr Data backup & restoration

varay-favicon-hr Proactive cybersecurity & monitoring

varay-favicon-hr vCIO & IT Consulting

varay-favicon-hr Workplace Security Awareness Training

varay-favicon-hr 16 Year proven track record



If you’re seeking managed IT services in San Antonio, we look forward to talking with you and creating a plan that will free you up and supercharge your business.

Varay offers San Antonio cloud services and data backup solutions to reduce risk and protect your intellectual property. Varay can also help your San Antonio business develop a disaster recovery plan to protect your vital data when the unexpected happens.

We are committed to serving San Antonio’s small business owners, CEOs of large corporations, and remote IT managers alike with scalable IT solutions.


Varay Managed IT’s San Antonio office is located at

Map Pin 8627 Cinnamon Creek Dr Ste 302

San Antonio, TX 78240

phone Phone: (210) 640-9300


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We’re proud to call San Antonio home

As a member of the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Varay Managed IT is a passionate advocate for mentoring and keeping great IT minds right here in Texas. Texas’ IT legacy is still being written, and we’re doing our part to serve the community we love as a trustworthy San Antonio managed IT service provider.

Fun facts about San Antonio:

  • San Antonio’s Milam Building was the first high-rise tower with air conditioning back in 1928. We also lay claim to the first U.S. bank, Catholic church, and hotel to have AC.

  • The iconic San Antonio River’s downtown portion was nearly closed after a catastrophic flood back in 1921. It was saved, in part, by puppets. Really. One of the successful fundraisers was a puppet show.

  • Speaking of the Riverwalk, it takes about 35 people (volunteers from a conservation society) a full year to make the 120,000 cascarones (confetti-filled eggs) sold during FIESTA San Antonio.

  • Church’s Fried Chicken was born in San Antonio, right across from the Alamo. Remember the napkins.

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