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Server Room Monitoring

Server room monitoring is a critical aspect of maintaining the health and efficiency of any organisation’s IT infrastructure. In today’s digital age, where businesses rely heavily on data and online services, the server room is the nerve center that keeps operations running smoothly.

Most SMBs have a server room filled with expensive computers and network equipment. If the ambient temperature rises too high, the equipment can be permanently damaged. An air conditioning or liquid-cooled system may provide a solution, but it’s essential to remember to remotely monitor it. You wouldn’t want to return to work and discover a server room filled with smoke and corrupted files. Mobeye’s server room monitoring systems offer an excellent solution to this issue. If the room temperature rises, water accumulates on the floor, or the server loses power, real-time alerts are sent to you, the server administrator, or other designated personnel. Alerts can be received as push messages, SMS, emails, and/or phone calls.

Sensors, such as smoke detectors and fire alarms, floor water sensors, and temperature monitoring systems, are required to monitor potential threats to your computer room and network reliability. Mobeye monitoring systems will alert you in the event of a power outage, temperature deviations, and,  if you connect the air conditioner’s failure signal to the unit, a faulty cooling system. It’s a straightforward step to prevent your racks from overheating.

Server Room Temperature Monitoring Systems

Checking server room temperature is crucial for several reasons. Firstly, maintaining the right temperature in a server room ensures the optimal functioning of the servers and IT equipment housed within. Servers generate a significant amount of heat during their operations, and if the room becomes too hot, it can lead to overheating and potential damage to the hardware. Conversely, if the temperature is too cold, it may result in condensation, which can also harm the equipment.

Secondly, monitoring server room temperature is essential for energy efficiency. By keeping the temperature within the recommended range, you can reduce energy consumption and lower operating costs. This aligns with sustainability goals and contributes to a greener IT infrastructure.

Moreover, maintaining a stable temperature in the server room helps prevent downtime. Excessive heat can lead to system failures and crashes, which can disrupt operations and lead to data loss. By regularly checking and regulating the temperature, you can minimise the risk of such issues and ensure uninterrupted service.

Lastly, compliance with industry standards and regulations often requires businesses to monitor server room conditions, including temperature. Failing to do so could result in non-compliance, potentially leading to legal and financial consequences.

In summary, monitoring server room temperature is essential for maintaining equipment health, energy efficiency, uptime, and regulatory compliance in the world of information technology. Mobeye’s temperature monitoring solutions can assist businesses in achieving these objectives effectively and efficiently. The Mobeye ThermoGuard Series consists of reliable detectors for monitoring ambient temperature. In an alarm situation, it sends notifications via the app, telephone call, SMS or email.

Server Room Access Control: Protection Against Unauthorised Access

With the Mobeye Call-Key, you can ensure that only authorised employees have access to your computer room or data center. Authorised individuals can open the door with their smartphone by simply calling the door lock. For enhanced protection against burglary, you can pair it with a wireless pir motion sensor.

Additionally, take a look at our other security solutions tailored for SMEs.

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