Springfield Architectural Mouldings (SAM) recently made the decision to modernise and replace their physical servers in its Donnington office. This required having the latest server software and hardware in place.
H. Vaughan Vaughan & Co required us to upgrade their aging Server 2003 and Windows XP environment to a modern server, PC and cloud based email setup. From this they were to gain a much quicker and efficient system which would improve workflow and productivity.
Focus on Forestry First Ltd expanded their office space into an adjoining section of the building. Network and phone points were installed to accommodate existing and new PC’s, along with enabling server relocation.
Makefast Ltd, are a design and manufacturing company based in Mid Wales producing equipment for the marine and safety industries who were operating on an aging system and rapidly reaching the limits of computing and storage resources available, especially after they experienced a rapid growth in business.
Puffin Produce Ltd needed to map out and mark each CAT5e and CAT6e network cable that ran from within their communications cab to the rest of the business prior to major works being carried out that require the server and communications cabinet locations to be changed.
Station Couriers had a dated email system that needed to be replaced with an up to date cloud hosted package and security system. 5C were contracted to carry out the setup procedure and Implement a robust backup solution.
The Royal Welsh Agricultural Society (RWAS) had taken the decision to upgrade their ageing server and network infrastructure to a modern virtual server environment with redundancy and increased network speeds.
Our long standing client, Field Options required technical assistance during their office move. During the process we agreed on network point locations required for IT & telecoms equipment as well as key locations for required wireless coverage.
Our customer since August 2014 we helped Makefast implement a new server and infrastructure that would help and support company growth. We have many customers in the manufacturing sector so we understood needs and requirements for the systems.
Following initial meetings and planning with Charles Ransford & Son, 5C Services undertook a project to replace dated Servers and Network infrastructure which would help them increase productivity and protect them for the foreseeable future.
As part of the project, 5C managed and delivered the migration of key servers to faster, more resilient storage. This immediately resulted in an increase in performance, while minimising downtime for key systems.
5C Services Ltd have dedicated full-time project managers, with an experienced and flexible resource pool. This allows 5C Services to provide B Jenkins & Son Ltd with a designated point of contact, who has full knowledge of the project.
Our relationship with Aber Instruments started in October 2012 as they had a requirement for a trusted IT supplier that could help them assess their IT needs and help them implement a robust IT infrastructure that will work for them for years to come.