You can either install Mercury anew on the new server, or your IT people can transfer the database from the old server to the new. In either case you should delete the Mercury database from the original server.
The name (and instance-name, if any) of the SQL server that holds the Mercury database, and the name of the Mercury database on this server.
Crystal Reports 64 bit Runtime 13_0_20 – available from the Mercury downloads page.
(*) Transferring stored procedures: this will be straightforward for your IT people. They're the ones who created the stored procedures in the first place, and they'll know how to move them to a different server. Mercury knows the stored procedure used by each report. You can use Tools > Admin Tools > Reports to see details about each report, or you can run a Mercury report!