IT Hardware Solutions
IT Hardware Solutions
No matter how much information you store on virtual servers or in the cloud, somewhere along the line, you are still going to need hardware. Whether they are on a desk or in someone’s bag, your endpoint systems allow your staff to access information wherever it is stored.
Choosing the appropriate hardware is something you need to get right. In order to guarantee that your software runs effectively, you need to invest in hardware that is amply durable, reliable and efficient. There are more options available than ever, and it is important that you have the right kit for the job. This introduction to IT hardware solutions explains its benefits and what solutions are available to you.
Today’s IT environments are varied. The old client-server way of doing things is giving way to newer, virtual technologies and cloud-based as-a-service systems. Desktop systems now come in a wide choice of specifications, and PCs are no longer confined to office desks. Businesses increasingly want to have flexible workforces that are able to move between offices or even work from home as required, with their mobile devices.
You may have a need for laptops or tablets for staff members who do not spend all of their time in one location, in addition to docking stations to allow them to connect to the corporate network and access printers and servers once they’re on site. If you have field workers or a mobile sales force, you may need to have systems that allow them to work on the go and are robust enough to stand up to everyday knocks, rain splashes and other problems. We offer a wide range of devices to suit these needs and more.
Our range of hardware products includes a wide choice of services and equipment tailored to the effective delivery of many different solutions. We can supply a choice of desktop machines plus larger mini-towers where there’s a need for extra drives or expansion cards. In addition, we can provide small and ultra-small form factor PCs that take up a minimum amount of space. These are ideal for countertop or customer-facing systems, or any application where space is at a premium. We offer a choice of desktop products from trusted major manufacturers including Lenovo, HP, Dell, Apple and many others.
We can supply thin client systems, which are effectively terminals that are able to access a server via a network. These are ideal for virtualised systems or in public-facing counter applications such as retailers or libraries.
If you need your systems to be secure or must meet strict compliance requirements when handling certain types of data - financial or medical records, for example - we can offer a number of devices and security enhancements. These include encrypted flash drives from companies such as IronKey and Kingston as well as a range of encrypted hard drives.
In addition to endpoint devices, we are able to supply a wide range of server systems and back office systems. We can even offer the latest mid-range and mainframe servers from many of the world’s foremost manufacturers. This allows us to cater for even the largest data centre installations or for the smaller business needing a single file server.
We can supply a whole range of different peripherals, whether you want a printer, a scanner, a monitor, or a new keyboard and mouse. We can also offer optical media devices, external hard drives, and upgrade or maintenance items such as memory, processors and motherboards
Whether you are looking for a high-performance server solution for an entire enterprise or you want to equip a branch office, we can offer a full service of supply, installation and support to meet your needs. Our team of specialists will help you to find the most cost-effective solutions to meet the needs of your business. Just fill in the form on the right and we will be in touch!
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