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IT Leader Stephen Reynolds Launches TechESP LLC in Partnership with Compu Dynamics

Stephen Reynolds, a respected information technology leader in the Washington D.C. Metro area; and Compu Dynamics, a leading provider of critical power and precision cooling solutions have launched TechESP LLC, a company that provides individualized IT solutions and services to businesses in Northern Virginia, Maryland and Washington D.C.

TechESP focuses on helping organizations exceed their business objectives by leveraging technology as a strategic asset and tailoring IT requirements to meet the unique needs of the business and its users. The company delivers a variety of solutions including virtual CIO, IT support, business continuity and disaster recovery, staff augmentation and application and infrastructure management. TechESP is also a certified source of computer products, including servers, storage, wireless, networking, and PCs. With such a diverse offering, TechESP is ideally suited to assist with virtualization and consolidation projects, data center migrations, as well as Citrix implementations.

“TechESP was founded on the principle that every client requires a custom set of services that fit their distinct corporate culture,” says Reynolds. “With the support of a respected company like Compu Dynamics, TechESP can deliver individualized technology solutions that help organizations exceed their business objectives according to the way they work.”

“Our clients want a single point of responsibility to provide planning, design and implementation of data center build-outs, consolidations and relocations,” says Compu Dynamics’ President Steve Altizer. “With the addition of TechESP, Compu Dynamics can deliver seamless end-to-end service and support.”

Learn more about TechESP at, or contact Stephen Reynolds at

The Proper Steps for a Successful Data Center Migration

Data Center migrations are high profile projects because they are risky.  Worries about lost data and excessive downtime haunt executives, users and data center managers alike.

Migrating your data center is a complex process that requires a high degree of coordination with little tolerance for failure.  The goals of any move are to:

  • Minimize or eliminate downtime during the move
  • Maintain or enhance the performance, disaster recovery and business continuity support of the data center

There are three key steps to planning a successful data center migration: (more…)