MAKING INNOVATION WORK
At Computacenter, we make sure the network drives not derails business change. By combining our 30-year networking pedigree with market-leading F5 technologies, we help customers achieve maximum performance for minimum expense.
Our joint customers trust us to build and sustain the networking infrastructure foundations they need for the future. They can embrace new working practices and IT service delivery models. They can boost productivity and competitive advantage. They can accelerate business change. They can ensure their network remains a true enabler for the connected enterprise.
Unprecedented levels of technical intimacy
The F5 Guardian Program fosters the deepest working relationship between accredited Computacenter consultants and the F5 systems engineering team. This ensures Computacenter customers benefit unrivalled technical expertise due to the access Guardian partners have to F5 in-house professional services and support insight.
Highest levels of customer satisfaction
Involvement in the Guardian programme not only recognises system integrators with the highest levels of capability in the design and delivery of F5 solutions, but also emphasises solution delivery excellence to achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction
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Close the security gap with a unified approach
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IT Security – it’s wartime, all the time
Networking at Computacenter – Delivering the Connected Enterprise
Networking capability brochure Networking Lifecycle Assessment Services
Security at Computacenter – Clear Cut Security Solutions
Security capability brochure
Security Consultancy Services
The Role of Software-Defined in IT Transformation
Managed Network Services
Interactive “Networking on a Page”
F5 and Computacenter Heritage (Press Releases)
Computacenter joins F5 Networks’ Guardian Professional Services Partner Programme (2015)
Computacenter receives F5 Rising Star Award 2014
Computacenter named F5’s EMEA Partner of the Year 2010
Computacenter and F5 Partnership