Integratech supplies many different types of hardware, from simple PC-based workstations through to high-end servers capable of running networks for hundreds of users with many diverse applications.
We also provide all of the ancillary hardware necessary to deliver a fully functioning computer system including printers, switches, routers, firewalls, network-attached storage and backup devices. Whatever the requirement, you can rest assure that we have the solution.
Getting the right server or combination of servers is crucial to the efficiency of your network. These should be expected to work for your business over a 3-5 year period and, as such, it is important to us that we understand their intended use. This could be from a single server for a growing business to a server farm supporting multiple virtual environments. As with all parts of IT, the technology used is always advancing and at Integratech we spend many hours keeping abreast of these changes.
With this information our consultants and engineers can advise on the exact specification of server(s) for your organisation and individual needs. We partner with DELL, HP, IBM and Fujitsu, ensuring we have access to the world’s best server manufacturers. In this way you can be sure that you have the best server for your organisation from Integratech.
Desktops & Laptops
From a basic workaday computer to a high-end design tool we can advise on the right desktop products for your staff.
For PCs our partnerships with DELL, HP, IBM and Fujitsu mean that we can supply the right PC or laptop for each staff member, focused on their individual needs.
All our PCs are business-focused, network-ready and use the most up-to-date processors along with the latest Microsoft Operating Systems.
In the past few years virtual computing has become increasingly popular. There are various forms of this and it affects both servers and user devices. At server level one physical computer can now run multiple server operating systems. At user level the applications or whole systems can be running remotely on these servers and the servers they are accessing could be based anywhere in the world.
Many organisations first implement this to provide the same functionality to remote users or sites as local users have, offering flexibility of working with all the functionality they require; others to deliver particular applications and to extend the life of the present infrastructure and to reduce the burden of support on each desktop.
For many, cost and environmental issues are key, and so reducing the number of servers required and the power that they draw (reducing the complexity and cost of the user devices and increasing the time of their useful life) brings a series of important cost savings with little or no impact on the user experience.
So without even considering the increased security and ease of support, you can see why many of Integratech’s customers are purchasing hardware to allow the virtualisation of their computer environment.