Server Hardware

Server technologies are developing at an incredible pace. The bad news is that because of this, your server hardware will soon become obsolete. But the good news is that we can help you upgrade it bit by bit.

Let’s take the hard work out of hardware

At ITogether we partner with the leading server hardware providers. And if you want us to give your server hardware the once over we will do. There are usually some tell tale signs, like a decrease in speed, or an increase in noise. Of course, the older your equipment is, the more likely it is that it will need upgrading.

It may be that your server is performing perfectly fine, but you want to move your business forward by investing in the very latest server technology. Whatever you need, we’ll work closely with you to make sure we find a solution that fits your needs and your budget.

The golden rule is that if you regularly update your server hardware you can avoid big expenses. But the longer you leave it, the longer the bill is likely to be.

To talk to us about how we can help you with server hardware, please call 0113 341 0123 or click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at

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