Computers are not cheap, and whether you have 1 computer for business or 50, they need to be properly packed to ensure a safe move. Below are some guidelines to protect the computers for their travels.
1) Wrap and pack each computer individually. To make sure they are secure, cover computers with heavy blankets wrapped in tape. Do not stack computers on top of anything or let anything be stacked on top of them.
2) Wrap computer monitors. Using your preferred selection thick moving blankets, tape or bubble wrap computer monitors individually. Make sure that any tape you use does not touch the monitor itself to avoid damage, and only place them in boxes if you kept the original boxes and packing.
3) Safeguard data. There are several options to safeguard your data stored on the computers. A few common methods including parking the hard drives, but the best is using a cloud-based service to back up data before you move your computers or remove the hard drives.
Make sure all the cables are kept together, organized and safe from bending. Place your cables in large zip-locked bags and label them by writing the information of the specific computer they belong to on each bag.