At Evolvit, helping Bristol-based businesses scale and expand is our speciality.

Our IT professionals will install, administer and optimise your company servers to accommodate all your business needs.

A server is a powerful computer that provides IT services to users. These include email servers – allowing businesses to securely send and receive emails to and from your company domain, file servers – for fast local access to important company files and folders, backup servers – ensuring that your business has the most recent backups of changes to critical documents.

EvolvIT specialises in providing server support for various different server platforms including:

  • Microsoft Windows Server, for example, Small Business Server or SBS and Microsoft Exchange Server.
  • Mac OS X Server which provides services and applications such as user management, file sharing and collaboration tools.
  • Linux Servers – Linux servers come with various different software packages to manage them including Red Hat, Ubuntu and Apache. Linux servers are often used to host websites.

As servers become more powerful, they have enabled business users to host more and more services using the same server hardware. This means that you could have a single server at your business premises or at a colocation centre running acting as an application server, web server and mail server using something known as virtual machines.

The growing popularity and reliability of cloud computing mean that businesses are re-evaluating the use of on-site servers and the services they provide. At EvolvIT we can advise on the best strategy for your servers as well as supporting them.

Our support packages come with a wide range of services including:

Benefit of using Evolvit
Network server installation

Full server installation is provided, including OS installation and optimisation. You will always be up to date with the latest software and patches – whether it’s the operating system or individual programs that run on your server.

Benefit of using Evolvit
Server maintenance

Our Bristol-based engineers are fully qualified in both Windows and Linux server administration and support. This means that we can remotely troubleshoot issues 24/7, and if the problem is physical, we will be with you the same working day to fix or replace the hardware.

Benefit of using Evolvit
Monitoring and alerting

Our server monitoring service gives you the peace of mind that we are always on top of any problems as they arise. When required, our Bristol-based rapid server support team can access your system and immediately deal with any issues you may be experiencing.

Benefit of using Evolvit
User management

Your employees can be assigned different admin rights and privileges, allowing full user management. This gives complete control over who can access, configure, and maintain your server data and programs. As and when new employees start or leave their rights can be added or revoked easily.

Benefit of using Evolvit
Rapid support

Your business can suffer greatly from server downtime, severely restricting your ability to operate. For this reason alone, rapid server support from qualified IT professionals has become an essential service for any business. At EvolvIT, we respond rapidly to any issues as and when they arise – day or night. We can access your servers remotely, but if we do need to be physically present (to replace or fix hardware for example), we will always be there.

Benefit of using Evolvit
Minimum downtime

It is essential for your business to operate smoothly, day in day out. Therefore we always ensure your servers operate with minimum downtime. On the rare occasion that maintenance is required, we will always make sure you have plenty of notice to minimise disruption.

Case Studies

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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

VoiP Hardware: What Equipment do you need to get going?

27th September 2021

The landline telephone has been symbolic of communication for decades. Even the “Call” buttons on smartphones look like receivers, although mobile phones look nothing like traditional handsets anymore. But the old telephone network may be in its twilight years. Service providers are moving away from analogue altogether.

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Common Mistakes Businesses Commit when Backing up Data

15th September 2021

Cloud computing has become the lynchpin that has democratised scale and agility in today’s digital driven world. Even your small mom and pop shops can engage thousands of consumers through powerful tools that were once only available to enterprises with in-house developers.

But with that capability comes a major drawback. When a single outage can wipe out data that’s critical to operations, staying on top of your cloud systems is imperative. The importance and technical complexity of such a task is perhaps why many decide to outsource cloud management to expert IT teams. Spending on such services have climbed even amidst the pandemic, up by 41 percent from last year.

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Disaster Recovery Plans for Remote Working

26th July 2021

When outages and systems go down in the office, the effect is immediate. A sudden buzz of activity, your team leader or supervisor cascading directions–you see the organisation bristling to life to defend itself in the event of a natural disaster or cyberattack.

Over the past year, the pandemic has thrown a wrench into the disaster recovery plans of most companies. Most, if not all businesses, have found a large portion of their workforce suddenly working from home. Many have had to use devices outside of the company network, sacrificing security for function. “The challenge COVID presented was the speed at which companies had to enable their employees to work remotely. It is possible that some security controls were bypassed, shortchanged, or not anticipated as a result,” says Nasrin Rezai, CIO at Verizon.

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