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Network Cabling a New Office

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One of our clients is moving office. The new office will be bare bones; walls, floors and, I hope, windows. They are bringing all the furniture from their existing office but we will have to organise a network/power map. Once all the user stations have been placed on the map we can go forward and work out how many ethernet and powerline sockets are required. Not forgetting printers, faxes, shredders, coffee machines etc.

Then we start the process of finding a registered cabler capable of doing the job in the required time period. We have a set date when the client gains access to the new premises. Then additionally we have a deadline of when all the staff will return to work. So the servers and all systems need to be fully operational by that date.