Computer Relocations Limited provides on-site engineering services for clients wishing to deploy and install new equipment. We can provide the engineers and equipment required to ensure devices are installed to manufacturers specification.

We approach IT relocation from an engineering perspective. Our staff are professional IT engineers who understand the tolerances and sensitivity of the items we handle, having gained vast experience in technical support and datacenter environments.

Computer Relocations Limited key personnel have backgrounds in IT, electronics and logistics, having previously worked for DEC, Cray, CMC and Hewlett Packard. Our staff have also designed, manufactured and commissioned VME and PC platforms for a variety of corporate and institutional clients. By combining these skill sets we are able to offer you a service that encompasses all your new equipment installation requirements.

We can act as your field service engineer installing new devices in remote locations. In addition to installing equipment, we can also label, cable and test communications whilst communicating directly with your staff. Speak to us today to discuss how we can act as an extension of your own IT department.

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Our services include:
  • Collection and deployment of new equipment to multiple locations
  • Management and roll-out of new PCs
  • Server, switch and SAN installations at remote locations
  • Racking and de-racking
  • Cabling of new equipment
  • Removal of redundant equipment for recycling
  • Rack design and configuration
  • Fully Insured and security-vetted
  • Direct mobile access to your assigned engineer

If you need to install a new device anywhere in the UK or mainland Europe, Computer Relocations Limited can provide experienced and reliable engineers to complete the work on your behalf.

Case Study

ACS was in the process of consolidating a number of satellite offices in to a single purpose-built location. During one weekend multiple sites were to be relocated to the new building, with employees needing access to their PCs first thing on Monday morning.

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