Securely delivered services, for one-off or ongoing moves
EOL IT Services have always provided comprehensive services for all aspects of IT for their clients. Our IT de-commissioning and IT relocation services are the perfect companion to our secure IT Disposal.
The refreshing of IT estates can be a data centre or certain departments or indeed the entire business IT footprint. Our team of fully qualified and experienced technicians will provide a secure & cost effective service for your business.
At EOL IT Services we demonstrate commitment and responsibility to both our clients and the environment, which is outlined in our Environmental Policy and includes:
Dedicated PRINCE 2 accredited project managers to ensure your relocation is performed with minimum downtime.
Scoping exercise and pre-move audit
- Full documentation and asset tracking
- Transportation in GPS tracked vehicles
Custom flight cases & packaging for in-transit protection
Qualified technicians who can de-rack & re-rack
Out of hours 24/7 availability including “Stand by Team”
Dedicated, fully insured service throughout UK & Europe.
As one of the highest accredited ITADS in the UK, EOL provide a full decommissioning & new equipment roll out service handled by qualified, skilled technicians.
Decommissioning of IT suites, user floors or entire buildings.
Secure removal & disposal of redundant equipment
Full asset tracking – including serial numbers and asset tags
Out of hours work for minimum disruption
Desktop deployment including cable management
Additional resources from simple porterage to technical staff
EOL have provided these services throughout the UK & Europe for many years and every project large or small is planned and scoped to ensure maximum business continuity.
Testimonials from clients old and new demonstrate the service levels provided and expected from a credible partnership with EOL IT Services.
As the UK’s most accredited ITAD, EOL remains focussed on enhancing our resources, capabilities and compliance in line with evolving clients’ needs and changing legislative requirements.
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