Aug 29
2016

Is your office, school, campus, or construction site using tablets regularly? Are you struggling to charge them all from day to day and keep them safely organized? The new tablet charging station from Kendall Howard addresses all of your most common issues and provides enough space for 8-12 tablets to charge in a single unit. […]

Jay Martin
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IT and Data Center Expert
Feb 15
2016

Are you getting complaints about noise from your server racks and equipment? While some consider the noise a necessary evil, you can certainly take multiple steps to reduce and even eliminate noise from your data room. Servers, UPS’ and cooling equipment all join together to create a symphony of humming, which in many cases can […]

Jay Martin
Read More By Jay Martin
IT and Data Center Expert
Feb 08
2016

While many understand the basic principals of cooling in the data center, even the most seasoned professionals can fall into these classic five data center cooling mistakes. Preposterous Perforated Tiles Plain and simple perforated tiles do not serve a purpose in hot aisles and white-space areas. The perforated tiles are designed to allow cool air […]

Jay Martin
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IT and Data Center Expert
Jan 29
2016

Airflow management can be broken down into four key pillars. #1 Room. #2 Row. #3 Raised Floor. #4 Rack. Also known as “The 4 R’s” by addressing each of these areas you can ensure that your data center or room is significantly closer to optimized airflow than before. By tackling these specific areas you will […]

Jay Martin
Read More By Jay Martin
IT and Data Center Expert
Nov 16
2015

Your uninterruptible power supplies serve a major purpose, but without proper UPS maintenance you can open the door for a slew of potential problems. Every data center manager and employee is afraid of one word: Downtime. Every minute of downtime is potentially $7,900 out the window, not to mention the anxiety on you as a manager which […]