business computer workstation

business computers and workstations

Whether you need a basic computer for reception, or a high performance workstation, we can provide you with a computer to suit your needs and budget. After a brief consultation to assess your requirements we will source a computer and/or parts. There may a perfectly suited computer available; if so, we will simply install and configure it for you. More commonly, the off-the-shelf computers are not quite suited, but can be upgraded to meet your requirements. However, some requirements are too niche to find a suitable computer, or the computers available are way over budget (often the case on high spec workstations); in either case we can provide a custom built computer tailored entirely to your needs.

So whatever your situation we can provide the right computer for you - just give us a call or drop us an email to discuss your requirements.

Unsure of some of the terms we've used? We've handpicked a few definitions for you below, or you can visit our glossary for a comprehensive list. Click on 'read more' to see the full definition.
Desktop Computer: Desktop computers are computer that are designed to stay in one place for use, unlike portable laptops or mobile devices. They usually are comprised of a monitor, tower, keyboard and mouse, all as separate items, although some desktops inte... read more
Linux: Linux is a Unix-like operating system that is released as open source software. Although not as well-known as the Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X operating systems, it is the most used worldwide. Linux is used for the majority of serve... read more
Mac OS X: Mac OS X (the X is the Roman numeral for 10) is the current operating system used on Apple's Mac PCs and laptops. Versions are names after big cats, with the 2012 version called 'Mountain Lion'. OS X is a Unix system, like Linux, meaning th... read more
Quad-Core: A quad-core processor is a CPU that has four individual processors that are linked together to increase speed and performance. Because these processors are bound together onto one board but remain separate processing entities, they can perf... read more
Tower Computer: A tower computer is essentially a desktop computer that is designed to stand vertically (desktop computers are traditionally horizontal). The majority of desktop computers today are in fact tower computers and are often placed on the floor ... read more
Ubuntu: Ubuntu is an operating system based on the Debian Linux distribution and is the most popular Linux distribution for personal computers. Ubuntu is a free operating system and comes with many software packages that are also free, including: ... read more
Windows: Windows is the operating system produced by Microsoft that is available for computers, laptops, servers, smartphones and mobile devices. Originally launched in 1985, the newest version of Windows is Windows 8, which is available across PCs,... read more
Workstation: A workstation often refers to a computer, monitor, and peripherals tailored towards a specific task. A workstation is similar in appearance to a standard desktop of tower computer, but typically has higher specification and is more expensiv... read more