Can a data centre crash cart be utilised as a mobile computer desk?
The flexible design of a data centre crash cart means they can be used as a mobile computer desk in many other areas. In the data centre they are primarily used for configuring or supporting IT equipment and provide a solid workstation from which to run diagnostics, install software applications or perform updates.
However, there are many other areas where a data centre crash cart can be utilised. With rented office space at a premium and many companies adopt a hot desking ethos. Thanks to their adjustability from a standing to seated position they can be use to provide additional mobile desking. In the medical sector they are regularly used as workstations to enable access to patient records and perform updates at the patient’s bedside. In warehousing or distribution applications they can be utilised to provide a mobile computer desk for conducting audits, stock checks or checking stock in as soon as goods are delivered. So, a data centre crash cart is an incredibly versatile piece of equipment that can be used as a mobile computer desk in many different sectors to perform tasks which require access to a computer. With many crash carts having a host of accessories additional equipment can be attached to the main cart. For instance, a small UPS could be attached to provide independent power.