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Helping where we can.


In the past 2 weeks we have helped dozens of clients, from NHS, to retail, finance etc. respond quickly to the changing landscape. Be that homeworking, pressure on in house systems or technical teams to cover staff shortages.

In these incredible times, we know that unprecedented pressures are being leveraged against IT teams all over the UK to continue to deliver ‘business as usual’, when nothing about the current climate is ‘usual’.

And we can, and have helped clients with :

  • 24/7 Complete Solutions or Spare Parts (IBM, Lenovo, HP, Dell/EMC, NetApp, Cisco, Brocade, Juniper)
  • Short & Long-Term Rentals
  • Global Logistics / Site Moves
  • Support via Telephone / Skype
  • In-House Repair
  • Open-Source Monitoring of IT Infrastructure
  • Consignment – we can get the best price for your redundant equipment

Our Tech Team can safely and remotely help with most issues. On a 1st come 1st served basis, we are offering our technical services FOC for the months of April and May to help existing clients and prospects.

Similarly, our warehouses remain open, with a substantial stock of most major vendors (servers, storage, networking etc.). All available in 48-72 hours on a sale or rental basis. Obviously, if any site work is require to install components, a risk assessment will need to be undertaken to assure us that we are not placing our staff (or yours) at risk.

The times may be uncertain, but hopefully we can help. And we sincerely hope we can all return to normality soon, but not until it is safe to do so.

Safety is our priority.

Contact Covenco about 'Helping where we can.'

About Steve Hollingsworth

With 20 years experience in solution design and sales, Steve has worked with IBM Systems from System36/38, through the AS/400 and RS/6000, to the present POWER7 iOS / AIX and the latest Storage technologies. Steve is a Director at Covenco
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