Archive for January, 2018

Hot and Cold Aisle Containment Centers Are an Important Part of Any Data Center Conversations

Written by Common Computer Problems on January 23rd, 2018. Posted in Electronics packaging racks, Thermal containment system

Network racks

The last few weeks at work have been full of conversations about cold aisle containment strategies, server rack enclosures, and and electronic cabinet designs. Cold aisle containment for data centers are necessary because servers and switches pull out hanging panels around the cold aisles so that the hot air from the hot aisles does not enter the cold aisle containment sections.
The latest statistics indicate that 80% of data centers employ or are looking into installing cold or hot aisle containment systems to keep servers at the correct temperatures and reduce energy use. And while data center storage involves help desks and job tickets, it is also reliant on the equipment that is place.

As far as the data base is

How Hotel Businesses Can Keep up With Changing Times

Written by Common Computer Problems on January 17th, 2018. Posted in Hotel property management systems vendors, Pms system hotel, Technology in hotel rooms

Employee retention software

Despite an increase in technology usage, hotel companies are finding it harder than ever to increase guest counts. Guests now have the ability to price check between multiple hotel destinations within seconds. They also have other accommodations options. Instead of sitting back frustrated about the declining customer numbers, it is important to adjust the business model and meet today?s hotel customers where they are at.

The internet is required for success
For many years, the internet was considered a useful tool for increasing hotel business success. Today, however, the internet has become not only a valuable, but necessary part of everyone?s lives. This means that you must be on the internet in order to succeed. The majority of hotel customers are on the inter

3 Types Of Electronic Storage For IT

Written by Common Computer Problems on January 4th, 2018. Posted in Uncategorized

electronic cabinet

Did you know that projections for 2015 indicated that end users would spend more than $180 billion on cloud services? That level of demand shows a need for as many servers as the industry can handle. In order to provide the capacity of storage required by consumers, server operators need the most advanced and organized system for their servers. To do this, IT professionals use electronic cabinets or racks to vertically stack servers. There are three main electronic cabinet designs that these professionals use.

  1. Open Frame
    This type of electronic cabinet is exactly as described. The racks inside hold servers and the frame holds the racks. There are no doors, however, just exposed server racks held up by a frame. The best use cases for this design are high traffic electronics that require many wires and electronics that don’t require consistent temperatures.
  2. Rack Enclosures
    If your servers need to be kept secure in an enclosure, but you would still like the ability to remove the walls to convert your server rack into a similar design to open frame racks, an enclosure is your best bet. Enclosures can withstand more weight, will still have some room for wires, and can be ordered in a variety of different sizes. Some have ventilation running through the walls to prevent overheating.
  3. Wall Mounts
    Quite aptly, this type of data rack is mounted to the wall. Smaller than the other two due to its mounting point, wall mounted cabinets can support less weight. Since they are smaller, though, you will be able to find a place that they can be used that isn’t in the way. Also, wall mounted racks can be either open frame or enclosed.

When deciding between these three types of electronic cabinet, always keep in mind what you plan to use it for. If your needs are more in line with storing a lightweight durable electronic and you have space to spare, your best bet is probably an open frame rack. On the flip side, if you need to store something heavy while keeping it protected from accidents, an enclosure is probably best. Either way, with the growing cloud storage economy, it is even more imperative to provide secure and organized storage for everyone.