Infrastructure and Hosting

We can provide you with whatever network server infrastructure you need, both physical and virtual. You can manage it, or we can manage it for you. We can host it for you too.


Every day more and more data is being stored on your IT system. So you’ll naturally need to upgrade or expand your infrastructure. At ITogether we’ll work with you to identify the best bit of kit for your needs, then make sure it fits with your network.


If you don’t have the space in your office to house your network server, or simply don’t want the hassle of having it on-site, we can give you space in our hosted environment.

  • Save space in your office.
  • Reduce installation costs.
  • Don’t be affected by server noise.
  • No need to worry about temperature control or cooling systems.
  • Hosting available in both UK and offshore storage centres.
  • Fully backed up service for disaster recovery.

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

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