Your Ipswich IT Network Installers
We’ll always provide a seamless delivery when it comes to an installation – no matter how big or small the job is. We have a structured approach when it comes to projects in Ipswich, using our own internal systems to manage and verify all risks, progress, costs, and quality of work.
ROI-focused Network Upgrades in Ipswich
Our network engineers always start with a report that details the benefits and ROI of a proposed installation, whether for system upgrades or a new server. Our reports are jargon-free, easy to follow, and commercially sensible. You could put the report in front of any manager in your business and they would understand the benefits.
Each of our network installers in Ipswich is highly experienced. Furthermore, our projects are checked by senior members of our team. This is to ensure solutions are, not only technically excellent but fit for purpose to achieve your desired outcomes.
Dedicated Ipswich IT Installers
When it comes to IT installations, there’s no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach, which is why every client we work with has a bespoke solution. That’s why we take the time to understand the intricacies of your business and the intended lifespan of an upgrade. After all, there’s nothing worse, or more expensive, than quickly outgrowing a new solution.
We make it our top priority to keep you informed at every step, and we’ll explain what’s happening at whatever technical level you feel comfortable with.
What’s more, we’ll never just leave you to it, unless you want us to! It’s important that you and your colleagues understand where to access data and how to use a new system. Likewise, if relevant, we can also help you introduce new IT Security policies.
Please visit our Installations and Upgrades for more information on your finance options – finance is available on order values from as little as £1,000.
We regularly visit our clients in Ipswich. So, if you’re a local business in need of an IT network or computer upgrades, please contact our team – we’ll be happy to drop in for a meeting!
Installations and Upgrades FAQs
What is network installation?
There are two different types of network installation – Wide Area Network (WAN) and Local Area Network (LAN). Essentially, a WAN is an extensive network of information that is not tied to specific location. WANs facilitate the sharing of data between various devices across multiple locations using a WAN provider.
WANs are often created by Ipswich IT installation providers, which are then leased to other organisations. Essentially, employees can use the network to exchange and store data and communicate with others from wherever they are in the world if they have access to the WAN. Access is often granted by Wi-Fi and Virtual Private Networks (VPNs).
A LAN network Ipswich IT installation, on the other hand, is far more localised. It is a network that is installed on two or more computers. The computers in a LAN are connected by ethernet or Wi-Fi and are exclusive to an organisation, hence the term local.
At Agile Technical Solutions, we can offer all manner of network installations, including the provision of internet lines. We also provide additional LAN solutions, including Unified Threat Management, Wi-Fi Access Points/controllers, switches, and structured cabling.
What are the best laptops or desktop PCs for business?
It depends on the intended use of the laptop or desktop PC. Today, it is best practice to opt for a PC or laptop with a solid-state drive (SSD). Since an SSD does not have moving parts, it is more reliable and far quicker. They are also more shock-resistant, making them perfect for business use.
At Agile Technical Solutions, we partner with Hewlett Packard as an Ipswich IT installation company. This means that we can offer the full range of devices to fit any budget, from desktops and laptops to 2-in-1s that bridge the gap between laptops and tablets, with touchscreen interfaces and 360-degree hinges.
With regards to desktops, they do not need to be large, cumbersome devices. In fact, many come in compact sizes to deliberately save on desk space while being powerful for everyday use.
Why does Wi-Fi drop out at my office?
Without an onsite visit to review the current situation, it’s impossible to say for certain why business Wi-Fi may drop out. However, usually poor signal coverage is to blame. This can be down to an overall insufficient number of access points or that they are aging or faulting and need replacing.
Many companies use built-in Wi-Fi from their ISP router, which will only broadcast from a single location. If the location is tucked away, it will struggle to cover even small offices.
It’s important to understand the core reason for lack of signal. At Agile Technical Solutions, our Ipswich IT installation team will survey your entire site before recommending the best course of action.
How quick is it to install a new PC?
It should be very quick. As an Ipswich IT installation company, we usually image PCs at our offices and in most cases, these are then sent directly to the client for use. In some cases, an install maybe required, especially if specific non-cloud software is needed. In this case, we schedule an appropriate time to deliver and set-up. Usually, this takes around 30 minutes from arrival.
What is cloud migration?
In server installation terms, cloud migration is the process of moving an IT server to the cloud. Cloud migration can take many forms. However, the most common process is to transfer the data and systems from an on-premises data centre to the cloud.
The business benefits of moving to the cloud are:
- Flexibility. Employees can access cloud services and data from anywhere, making it easier for businesses to expand into new territories.
- Scalability. Businesses can quickly scale up or down to meet demand in way that would be more cumbersome with on-premise.
- Cost. Companies that choose to move their IT networking to the cloud reduce the amount they spend on IT.
- Performance. Many organisations report enhanced employee connectivity and performance.
A lot of planning needs to go into cloud migration. As an Ipswich IT installation provider, we carefully consider all the data held on the current server to ensure nothing is lost during the migration. This means being meticulous with our project management so that current systems remain operational and available throughout the migration.