What is a Turnkey solution?
In terms of project management, turnkey projects are those projects which are developed by a team of experts. They develop end-to-end solutions, enabling the company and the project team to simply just turn a key to activate it. In the IT arena, IT Turnkey Solutions are commonly used when multiple technologies will be integrated into the one business entity whether that business has one or multiple geographical locations. An example of this may be to install a dedicated server room to house new servers, CCTV, Wi-Fi, a video conferencing solution, whilst procuring all the applicable hardware and software to be used in that Turnkey solution.
The advantage of Turnkey Solutions is that one very capable IT company such as Infinity IT Success can manage the entire IT installation and the customer only need to liaise and correspond with a single entity.
When using the procurement services for Infinity IT Success we’ll identify, procure, and supply your full range
of IT and communication services, systems, and solutions.
We know IT procurement is about much more than just finding the lowest cost option. You need a supplier who is impartial,
interested in your long-term success, has strong vendor relationships, and will balance cost against quality. That’s where we come in to help.
We work with industry-leading hardware and software manufacturers and have top accreditations with some of the world’s largest ICT brands.
We’ll handle your complete procurement process, from consultation right through to product supply. And of course, we can assist with configuration,installation, and ongoing IT support if you need it.
What we can supply:
Computers – desktop PCs, Macs, laptops, notebooks, iPads, and monitors, as well as servers and backup and storage solutions
Networking – cloud and hybrid solutions, wired and wireless, switches, routers, leased lines and broadband
Communications – telephone systems, VoIP handsets and accessories, mobile devices, and smart phones
Printers, keyboards, mice, scanners, and other peripherals
Operating systems and server applications
Business and productivity suites such as Office 365 and Microsoft Teams
Anti-virus, anti-spam & security solutions
Business continuity & data backup protection
We only partner with the best
Microsoft Authorised Education Reseller Gold Partner
Microsoft Surface ADR
Dell Gold Partner
Cisco select partner
VIDEO CONFERENCING CAMERA
Video conferencing is an online technology that allows users in different locations to hold face-to-face meetings without having to move to a single location together. This technology is particularly convenient for business users in different cities or even different countries because it saves time, expenses, and hassles associated with business travel. Uses for video conferencing include holding routine meetings, negotiating business deals, and interviewing job candidates.
PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM (PA SYSTEM)
A public address system (PA system) is an electronic sound amplification and distribution system with a microphone, amplifier, and loudspeakers, used to allow a person to speak to a large public, for example for announcements of movements at large and noisy air and rail terminals or at a sports stadium in an international school or amplify other audio content, such as recorded music or the live sound of a band.
Simple PA systems are often used in small venues such as school auditoriums, churches, and small bars. PA systems with many speakers are widely used to make announcements in public, institutional and commercial buildings, and locations, such as schools, stadiums and large passenger vessels and aircraft. Intercom systems, installed in many buildings, have both speakers throughout a building, and microphones in many rooms allowing the occupants to respond to announcements.
Proximity Devices & Access Control
What Are Proximity Sensors?
Industrial proximity sensors are devices designed to detect the presence, movement or position of objects and transmit that information into an electrical signal. To avoid limiting the object’s movement or causing abrasion or damage, these technologies perform sensing processes without making physical contact with the object.
There are many common types of proximity sensors that you can use depending on your application needs. For example, some industrial sensors are built solely to target ferrous metals, while others are wider reaching in their abilities, proving useful for all metals, different objects, and even human beings.
What is Access Control?
Access control systems are electronic systems that facilitate automated approval for authorized personnel to enter through a security portal without the need for a security officer to review and validate the authorization of the person entering the portal, typically by using a credential to present to the system to verify their authorization. Access control systems are based on the premise that issuing keys to all employees who need them is generally not cost-effective. Another premise of an access control system is that it would be cost prohibitive to rekey the facility should a key be lost. Finally, an access control system can limit employee access; allowing them entry only to areas in which they are authorized or granting entry during certain times of day.
Infinity IT Success will perform a site survey for your business whether it be a 2–3-person office, an international school, or a large-scale factory or manufacturing plant and after performing a survey, will be able to offer you a suitable Access Control solution for either one or, multiple departments based on the level of seniority and accessibility.