Workstations, servers, network cabling, printers, and more make up the hardware side of a typical business’s IT infrastructure. Moving all of it to a new location isn’t as simple as unplugging everything, hiring some movers to pack it away, and then plugging it in again in a new building.
The technology relocation process involves systematic thinking, clear planning, and an overall strategy. Trying to do all of this on your own is next to impossible, which is why providers like The Millennium Group specialize in relocation services. Think of it as a part of your business continuity plan.
No, technology and network relocation isn’t the same as a natural disaster or data breach, but downtime is downtime. Anything that can be done to minimize lost productivity translates directly into cost savings. From server room relocation to a complete move of all of your technology, the following steps should act as something of a workstation and server relocation checklist.