IT Computer Network Design & Planning

A well-designed computer network helps your business work harder. It should deliver exactly what your organisation needs, when it needs it.
Our IT division, pcr, specialise in helping organisations design a computer network which helps to connect and move data around easier, faster and safer.

If you have a current network, we’ll review it, identifying what is working well and where it can be optimised for maximum performance and resilience both now, and for the future.
We cover every aspect of network design and implementation including:

  • Identifying a network location for optimum connectivity and ease of maintenance.
  • Configuring the physical space for the network.
  • Installing the cabling under strict Quality/Health & Safety procedures.
  • Network testing

To discuss network design with our IT team, contact us today.

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Michael A Gribben

Director - National Engineering Services at CBRE UK

“Nick and his team at pcr are a crucial part of how we deliver services to our customers. Without that support, we would be unable to maintain the high standards we set and pcr have been crucial in developing our network that compliments our ISO 9001. We have grown as a company and Nick has supported that growth by assisting us in upsizing into new premises and developing our in house IT processes.”

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