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ADM Computing’s bespoke IT infrastructure solutions support your business goals. Best value systems delivering maximum efficiency, minimal downtime and easy maintenance. Friendly, flexible support for your in-house IT team whenever it’s needed, with no long-term tie-in. Read more.

Industry-specific expertise in systems for manufacturing, construction, logistics and education.

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IT that you can trust to look after itself

Forget the IT headache and get on with running your business. Choose an ADM Computing Flexi-care fixed-cost monthly package to suit your business size, sector and growth plans. ADM won’t tie you in to a long contract, we’ll just provide friendly, flexible IT maintenance and support for as long as, and whenever you need it. Read more about ADM Flexicare.

Specialist knowledge of software used by legal, and financial sectors and expert support for Cloud-based systems.

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ADM’s relationship with this client, the European arm of a US manufacturer of a portfolio of major FMCG health and beauty brands, goes back to the early 2000s. We’ve delivered numerous projects including a new Cisco LAN and a number of refreshes for back-end infrastructure for servers and storage. We also look after all the firm’s internet communications, and have designed and installed a system in the perimeter security to manage external contractors. Skype for Business for unified communications has also been installed to enable the whole organisation to collaborate irrespective of location, keeping travel costs under control.
This Union represents over 110,000 education professionals working in organisations across the UK. They invited ADM to help them understand the options available to them to enable their members and 160 staff reduce travel costs and inconvenience of travelling across the UK to meet at one of their offices. After a number of demonstrations and discussions with all parts of the client team, ADM helped configure Skype for Business and a range of equipment for video and audio conferencing. To prove the concept, systems were installed in the London HQ and a regional office. This was well received and they are now rolling out more video and audio conferencing endpoints throughout the organisation, tailored to the technology needs and budget of each individual office.
This Ashford, Kent-based manufacturer with a global sales, service and support network had a Microsoft Small Business Server. It had served them well, but with the platform about to become unsupported by Microsoft, the management team was nervous. ADM were asked to explain their options for moving to a more current platform. After talking to the Board and discussing various business, operational and technical issues, ADM recommended virtualising their existing physical infrastructure. As an added benefit, this approach reduced risk on a planned software upgrade, as a virtual infrastructure is far more fault-tolerant and easy to back up. The move also provided more capacity to meet the client’s increasing demands on its IT.