Data Center Upgrades, Migrations, Relocations
Technology is constantly evolving, and if you want to stay up to date, you’re going to need to upgrade both software and hardware over time. However, when you’re dealing with enterprise-level tech, installing an upgrade is not as easy as popping a disk in your computer – there are tons of compatibility, dependence and integration issues that must be taken into consideration for your upgrade to be a success. Like anything IT related, upgrade and migration operations are best conducted by someone with extensive experience, but if you’re only upgrading once every couple of years, you might be a little bit rusty. For Protocol Networks’ expert consultants, implementing upgrades and migrations is as routine as brewing a pot of coffee.
Over the years, our consultants have seen it all.
Whether you’re moving a data center or an office, relocating network infrastructure is a big job, which involves more than simply moving boxes. Even if you are able to move some of your hardware from one site to another, there are many critical network assets that cannot be moved, such as cables and wires. As a result, relocating an office or data center can feel more like building a whole new facility. With so many details to take into consideration, IT relocation can be overwhelming, especially if you or your colleagues haven’t experienced a project of such scale before. As such, it’s important to have someone with experience on your side who can help develop a relocation plan and make sense of both the network and physical infrastructure concerns that need to be addressed in order to guarantee a successful move.
Protocol Networks’ expert consultants have moved dozens of offices and data centers over the years. They are intimately familiar with the various pitfalls and hidden dependencies associated with moving assets ranging from main distribution frames to office furniture and everything in between. Our seasoned experts will walk you through each step of the process while coordinating with other members of the Protocol team to keep you organized and ensure that you have the resources required to meet your deadlines.