Network Support & Maintenance

We provide support and maintenance for your network infrastructure. 

Network Support

Network Support

From installing servers to comms cabinet cleanup to structured cabling we support every element of your network infrastructure.

Network Support from is designed to support your existing network configuration when required, supply and install a completely new business network. From comms cabinet and network switches to the end-user, we ensure that your business is best placed to operate in an optimal working environment. 

Structured Cabling

Cabling is often neglected during IT system implementations because it’s not seen as requiring an upgrade.

Of all the network areas that can be ‘future-proofed’, structured cabling is one of the easiest. Once installed, a cabling solution can satisfy business requirements for many years. For this reason it’s important to get an expert Needs Assessment at the start of your project.

Installing adequate cable management in your comms rooms and wiring closets from the start is crucial to ensuring you are not left with a jungle of cables further down the road. Front, side and rear cable management should be installed in all cabling racks to provide cable routes and cable management. 

We can recommend a cable management solution to suit your requirements.

Data Cabling
Fiber Optic Cabling
Network Cabinet Refits
Communications rooms, cabinets and data centres
Wireless-to-wired network access installations
Hubs, switches and routers
Comms cabinet refreshComms cabinet refresh

Comms Cabinet Refresh

There are several benefits to having a clean and tidy cabinet.

1- Helps to improve network performance and stability.
2- Simplifies maintenance and troubleshooting.
3- Reduces the risk of an electrical fire.
4- Professional appearance.

Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS)

An uninterruptible power supply (UPS), also known as a battery backup, provides backup power when your regular power source fails or voltage drops to an unacceptable level. A UPS allows for the safe, orderly shutdown of a computer and connected equipment. The size and design of a UPS determine how long it will supply power.

Emergency Power

alternative source of power to keep vital systems running until such time as the power is restored

Surge Protection

 In the event of a power surge, the UPS identifies the bad power supply and stops it from directly powering your device.

Data Protection

A sudden power loss or surge can damage your devices and compromise or corrupt the valuable data they contain.


When there’s a UPS connected to a system, it can ensure a continuous power supply.

For further information on the benefits of a UPS, read our post “Do you really need a UPS”

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