Regardless whether it’s a single server or complex data centre environment our relocation team understand that every byte of data can be business critical. Our team have over 20 years of experience of relocating servers and computer hardware and the same level of care and planning is applied to every job.
The secret to a successful relocation is in the planning, our IT relocation service is a menu driven process and can comprise of a professional lift and shift packing equipment that has been de-racked into the appropriate flight case or computer cage to a full audit, decommissioning, recommissioning and network patching project.
Our Prince 2 qualified project managers can help with your complete installation starting from checking what bandwidth and mobile coverage is available at your new premises to the physical move of IT, furniture and personal crates.
The following services can be provided in any combination or as a one stop shop to ensure your business is up and running for your first business day.
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