Medical & Science

Medical & Science

IT solutions for medical and scientific organisations throughout London, Kent, Sussex, and Surrey

The great thing about being a technology business is the ability to make life more simple for people. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the scientific arena. Without the advances in computing over the last twenty years so many projects would have failed. Mapping the Genome, crowd-sourced Cancer diagnosis, therapeutic cloning, genetic modification. Whatever your moral standpoint on these, none of them would be here without powerful and reliable computing resources.

NetVector’s proud to have been involved with a number of life-science organisations, relief charities, doctors and dentists over the years. All have one thing in common, Regulation. We can help keep your information safe and your business compliant with whichever professional standards you need to adhere to.

All of our IT Support team members have passed DBS checks and are contractually bound to protect clients’ intellectual property so you can be assured your confidential assets will remain that way. We’ve also got experience with laboratory and sterile environments such as operating theaters and clean rooms.

Below is a comprehensive list of IT support for the medical and science sector, which include:

As you can see, we are well placed to offer comprehensive advice on a multitude of IT services. However, if there is something you need but can’t see in the list, then feel free to contact us, or call +44 (0)3700 500 040.

Got a question?
Send us an enquiry.

Complete your details below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Call us to discuss your Maintenance and Network support requirements now on 03700 500 040

Simply contact us here and we'll call you back at a time convenient to you.

The NetVector team spearheaded the development and implementation of the company’s global technology infrastructure
Quixant
We use cookies, just to track visits to our website, we store no personal details. ACCEPT COOKIES What are cookies?