The project can potentially turn into a logistical nightmare which consumes both time and resources and can pose a significant challenge for any business looking to move: the risk of data loss, data corruption, unexpected downtime or disruption to daily operations are all serious considerations.
Hidden complexity, failure to establish or understand pre-move baselines, insufficient monitoring and post-move testing, poor planning and a lack of project experience could all cause a data centre relocation project to be delayed or even fail.
Our consultants and specialists have extensive expertise in planning and running relocation and migration projects and are perfectly placed to guide you through the process to ensure a seamless and successful project. The team understands that every data centre is unique and therefore every relocation or migration project is different and there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.
An in-depth knowledge of risks, difficulties and challenges and more importantly how to overcome them has been built up by the team through years of planning and execution, they are experts in their field.
There is no typical data centre relocation project but the approach used works uniformly, a 5 step process to fully understand, plan and carry out the relocation:
Contact us to book a consultation and find out how the Bell Team can help you reduce risk, minimise downtime and keep your relocation project on track.
With much uncertainty and understandable concern surrounding the current Coronavirus crises, Bell Integration would like to communicate the following message to our valued community. As of Thursday, 19th March, we are:
Open for business and operating as usual.
All Bell employees are present for work, either working from home or from Bell office locations.
Our warehouses in Portsmouth and Wokingham are fully operational.
Our recycling vehicles are continuing to carry out IT Recycling and Data Destruction of Legacy IT equipment.
On a day-to-day basis, we are updating contingency planning in preparation for possible further circumstances.
Please be assured that we are taking precautionary measures to minimise and contain any risk of contagion with the health of our employees and are following guidance and advice from Government.