Protect IT Cabinets Through IP-based Intelligent Security

How the latest IP-based intelligent security systems protect IT cabinets With the ever increasing demand on data security and protection we explore how utilising the latest IP-based intelligent security systems protect IT cabinets and why [...]

December 9th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

The Importance of Monitoring IT Energy Usage

An article in the June issue of Networking+ magazine ( revealed that many of London’s councils are not monitoring IT energy usage when it comes to the power consumption of their desktop computers.  All 32 [...]

July 25th, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Introducing Upsite Technologies’ 4 R’s of Airflow Management

How following the 4 R’s of Airflow Management can help improve cooling optimisation Upsite Technologies, a leader in data centre airflow management solutions, has recently developed its 4 R’s of Airflow Management™ methodology to [...]

June 3rd, 2016|Categories: Blog|

Power Monitoring A Data Centre Must Have?

The global data centre market has seen unparalleled growth in recent years, and has seen power usage grow enormously.  In 2007 the global data centre market consumed 12Gw by last year this figure had risen to 38Gw!

As competition in the data centre market grows, it will be those that offer a competent service and offer accurate accountability for variables like power cost, and power consumption that will be most competitive.

March 31st, 2015|Categories: Blog|

Is Modular Aisle Containment The Way Forward?

Research has shown that the average computer room has 3X to 4X more cooling capacity than required for the installed IT load.  As organisations take steps to improve their airflow management many look to aisle containment as a solution.

February 26th, 2015|Categories: Blog|

Why Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) Improves IT Rack Access Security

In today’s hi-tech world, ensuring data security is of utmost importance. Whilst firewalls and anti-virus software protect from online threats, what protects your physical IT assets stored in the rack itself?

Despite many facilities now incorporating building management systems with swipe card readers to track who is accessing particular rooms, many server racks remain unlocked or fitted with standard key locks, leaving them at risk to anyone with access to that room.

July 15th, 2013|Categories: Blog|

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