Possibly the biggest annoyance about office relocation is the downtime caused, costing you and your clients time and money. Packing up and moving equipment, setting up the internet and new networks and putting a new telecoms system in place means that work grinds to a halt until everything is ready. If you need the headache taking out of your move, we can help. We can fit around your move date, lessening your downtime and making sure that everything is set up correctly for you.
As part of our service, we'll transfer the internet and wifi to your new offices, set up your equipment and check that it works properly, connect all machines to any pre-existing networks and check that your emails are being properly re-routed. We'll also set up any pre-existing or requested telecoms systems... So, if you're looking to move soon, give us a call or send us an email for a quotation, and let us help ease you into your new location.
|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.|
|Telecommunications: Literally communicating over distance telecommunications can refer to anything from smoke signals to satellite transmissions. Typically telecommunications refers to the various forms of telephone systems and messaging services, including te... read more|
|WiFi: Wi-Fi is a popular technology that allows devices to wirelessly connect to networks, including the internet. Wi-Fi is a trademarked term that technically only refers to a specific wireless connection; however, the term has become popularly ... 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|