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Relocation Management

Relocating your data center from one site to another is never going to be easy. With so many different working parts, and so many different variables to consider, relocating can in some cases create more logistical headaches than building the data center in the first place. First, you need to disassemble your data center at the existing site, then pack it up for shipment, transport it, and reassemble it at the new site, while replicating the original configuration. To make things even more complicated, you have to do all of this without causing any damage to the infrastructure.

That’s why you should always work with a team of experienced professionals to manage your data center relocation. For decades now, Miller Critical Infrastructure Solutions (MCIS) has been providing the data center and critical infrastructure marketplace with the upmost in high-quality data center relocation, proving a hassle-free moving experience that leaves your data center working just as well at the new site as it did at the original site.

MCIS Takes the Headache Out Of Data Center Relocations

If you are looking to relocate your data center, MCIS can provide a complete suite of services that will help the entire process go off without a hitch. Our team of experienced data center professionals is dedicated to giving you a moving experience that’s so easy and hassle-free that you’ll barely even notice the move took place at all.

Working with MCIS to manage your data center relocation can provide you with the following benefits:

  • Dedicated pre-move services to ensure that all your equipment is ready for shipping
  • Consistency of results to ensure the relocated data center will work the same as it did in the previous location
  • One project management team to coordinate and oversee the entire relocation process

Dedicated pre-move Services to Ensure That All Your Equipment Is Ready for Shipping

Your data center relocation doesn’t begin when the trucks first start pulling away. There are many things you can do to ensure the success of the data center relocation that take place before the move even starts, and the MCIS relocation management team can help you make sure that you take all of these pre-move steps.

In order to reduce risk, costs, and the overall length of the relocation, MCIS will help you take the preliminary steps of validating your test plan and reviewing the rack elevations and port assignments. Then, we’ll help you make sure that your new site is prepared to receive the relocated infrastructure by installing power cords, rails, and cabling.

Consistency of results to ensure the relocated data center will work the same as it did in the previous location.

When you move a data center, the last thing you want is for there to be some kind of surprise after the data center goes online at the new site. That’s why the MCIS data center relocation team is dedicated to providing the most consistent move possible, so that you can feel confident that the data center you move from your previous site will be the same exact data center you end up with after the move has been executed.

Drawing from decades of experience in relocation management, the MCIS team will create detailed risk management procedures and documentation, taking the extra steps to ensure that every possibility has been identified and addressed. To put it simply, MCIS takes the surprises out of data center relocation by making sure that every asset that needs to be relocated is accounted for before, during, and after the move.

One Project Management Team to Coordinate and Oversee the Entire Relocation Process

A data center is a complex thing; in many cases, it is designed, built, and managed by a variety of different stakeholders, including both internal teams and third-party organizations. In order to account for this complexity and ensure effective communication throughout the relocation process, MCIS can provide a single relocation management team to oversee the entire process.

If necessary, we’ll facilitate communication between different stakeholder organizations, ensuring that everyone is on the same page about what needs to happen during the relocation. We’ll also manage scheduling and logistics, in order to make sure that everyone is clear about exactly what is going to be moved, and when.

A data center relocation may be a complicated process, but that doesn’t mean you have to face that complicated process alone. To learn more about data center relocation services from MCIS, or to get started with your relocation, contact us today.