Networks are the backbone of any company’s IT infrastructure. Their design and efficiency is essential to the speed and reliability of all IT-dependent business functions, from HR to sales and marketing – so pretty much everything.

Evolvit has been designing and building networks for Bristol businesses for many years. We have seen how quickly the technology behind networks evolves, and we know how important it is to have a network that can adapt as your business grows.

We work with a wide range of businesses including small, medium and large enterprises across a variety of sectors. Our team of network engineers focus on maintaining corporate networks, working closely with colleagues who provide technical support for your IT systems and business software.

We partner with leading providers of networking technology to offer the latest in specialist networking and communication systems. We provide secure and robust networks that support flexible and reliable wireless access to your company email, documents and software allowing your team to collaborate seamlessly throughout your premises.

With the tools knowledge and experience to install, maintain and support enterprise-grade network architecture we ensure that our client’s networks perform to the highest standards. We make sure that your underlying network hardware is future proof to support the ever-changing demands of your business systems.

Our Bristol network support service includes the following services:

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Network design & installation

Setting up a business network for your company isn’t just a case of wiring PCs together. Network design means putting together a plan that considers your current and future business requirements. This includes the need to scale up or down, your budget, building architecture and existing Internet and data points. When it comes to server installation, factors such as cooling and ambient room temperature will come into play. Once we have identified your requirements, we will put together a comprehensive network design that meets your needs. Designing an optimum network may involve incorporating and modifying an existing network infrastructure. This can keep costs down and your disruption to a minimum.

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Hardware setup & installation

A wide range of hardware is involved in setting up a functioning business network, including; patch panels, server cabinets, CAT5e, CAT6 and telephone cabling, printers, wireless network adapters, data storage devices and the PCs and laptops themselves. Installation and hardware setup is essential if you are to minimise disruption to your business. Therefore it pays to work with professionals who can make sure you hit the ground running. As well as utilising existing hardware, we can recommend new hardware in order for you to take full advantage of your newly networked office.

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Wired networks

As powerful as wireless is these days, there is no substitute for wired networks when it comes to business grade functionality and reliability. CAT5e, CAT6 Ethernet cabling ensures robust and reliable network-wide performance. Wired networks mean faster speeds and lower latency compared to Wi-Fi. They also don’t suffer from the signal interference caused by obstructions such as walls and cabinets. When you connect to a wired network you know you’re getting the fastest speeds possible. And when performance is everything, this really can make all the difference.

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Wireless networks

Wi-Fi has come on in leaps and bounds since the technology first emerged. Wireless networks are not only reliable, but they are easier to setup and install than wired networks. Wireless networks can be set up as Local Area Networks (LAN) but these can also connect to Wide Area Networks (WAN), allowing you to connect multiple offices together, wherever they are situated. Wireless networks allow you to connect PCs, laptops, smartphones and other Internet-capable devices to the network with ease. This is perfect if you require Internet access outside or in buildings where there is no existing cable network.

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Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Virtual Private Networks allow you to create a private network which extends across a public network such as the Internet itself. This has several advantages in terms of access, functionality, security and network management. For example, a VPN will allow employees with the right security credentials to connect to your private intranet from any Internet capable device. This is perfect for home working, as it allows remote desktop access. Therefore staff can access systems and data without needing it to be installed locally on the machine they’re using.

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Tailored packages

Get in touch to discover more about how you can benefit from our network support packages.

Case Studies


Migrate from in House IT to EvolvIT

Moving away from an in house IT solution to an outsourced one

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Migration to 365

Migration to Cloud based solutions such as 365 and away from SBS.

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Plant-ex Ingredients Ltd

Migrating on premises servers to our Hosted solution.

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Project Maintenance

Project Maintenance

Small office network setup, computer support and broadband installation.

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Evolvit Blog

How to Build a Time and Cost Efficient Backup Strategy
How to Build a Time and Cost Efficient Backup Strategy

26th May 2020

A backup strategy is the only foolproof way to fight data loss. With even the smallest businesses generating terabytes of data, a sound backup strategy is crucial for business continuity. Infrequent batch backups are no longer sufficient.

However, many backup guides require business to make large capital investments upfront on hardware–that’s money that many businesses may not have. The myriad of options can also have owners lost in the technicalities.

Here’s a guide to help you determine and build a backup strategy that works for your needs and budget.

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Supporting a Remote Workforce Amidst a Pandemic

23rd April 2020

Work has changed. The pandemic has plunged nearly everyone into a worldwide experiment on remote working. Thousands of organisations suddenly have a home-based workforce to manage and are scrambling to get the infrastructure up, to sometimes deleterious effects. Zoom, a video conferencing app, shot up in popularity seemingly overnight. But experts uncovered worrying security issues, prompting several companies–including Google–to ban it. Read more

How to Effectively Manage your Team of Digital Nomads

19th March 2020

Remote work has become one of the biggest waves of change to affect the way we run our businesses. In the UK, around 4 million people now work remotely and fears of workers slacking off have been largely debunked. If anything, evidence suggest employees are even more productive at home. This has largely translated to savings for companies in more work done and reduced attrition, on top of £1,500 per employee saved in office space. Read more