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    Hi All,

    We are currently running an aging RM Server with Win Server 2003 and are looking to replace it.

    Unfortunately we aren't really sure where to start looking.... can anyone recommend a good company that can provide us with a new Curriculum Server and help with the building of it, data transfers, setting up policies etc but also provide some training and support is we ever need it?

    All recommendations are welcome!!

    Many Thanks,

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    Off the top of my head, I'd say try any of these companies:

    Viglen,
    CSE,
    @Millgate,
    or maybe @VeryPC - (not sure if they offer the data transfer/policies/training stuff though)

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    Up here we bought them from Stone then got ConistonIT to do the setup data transfer.
    But talking at BETT Stone can do all of this, However check out @Millgate @VeryPC
    or @ict_Direct (Dave)

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    Our providers, Burconix, are very good with large or small jobs.

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    ok thanks guys will give these companies a look,

    much appreciated.

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    I found stone was very expensive compared to Dell and HP. I had these people sort all mine out and it went perfectly including network implementation and training / support.

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    Stone was the best when we went that way, however they have been coming in more expensive recently.



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