Creating an Information Technology infrastructure is a complicated process. You have desktop computers, file servers, wiring, web servers, routers, switches, internet access, remote access, firewalls, printers, modems, software, and too many other bits and pieces to list on this page. Every piece of equipment is a little different and addresses a different problem.
One of those most common mistakes is buying a piece of equipment without defining the problem. Invariably, you wind up spending too much or too little on a piece of equipment that isn't even related to what you needed in the first place. If you're relocating, or getting your first office, you should think about things like where everyone is going to sit, where all the equipment should be, and how many wires you need here and there.
if you're planning on keeping any confidential data, you probably want to make sure it stays where it's supposed to be. The internet is a big place, and you're going to be connected to it. Every other computer connected to the internet, anywhere in the world, is a potential threat to your security, and you should be doing everything you can to make sure those threats stay exactly where they are: somewhere else.
We can help you make the right choices for all of these, and help you get it right the first time. Playing catch-up is expensive. By the way, if you're even thinking of using wireless, well, we can talk about that later.