The ability to prevent disasters in the data centre can be maximised through advanced environmental and facility monitoring which predicts atmospheric conditions in advance, alerting you to environmental changes in the earliest stages.
HVAC responses can be initiated automatically, in response to these anomalies, or handled personally (locally or remotely) depending on your preference and location. Either way you have extra time to respond, crucial time which is valuable for any data centre manager.
Much time is spent planning for disaster recovery in the data centre. As maximum uptime is the ultimate aim, a facilities manager will be looking for ways in which to prevent disasters in the first place, and to maximise critical response times.
Preventing overheating, and the hazards that threaten a data centre, can be achieved through integrating predictive capabilities into your facilities management & monitoring systems.
Monitoring of itself will provide you with real time reporting, however predictive monitoring identifies issues before they threaten your facility.
Environet’s predictive features alert you to potential problems, before they become critical, buying you crucial time and enabling you to prevent disasters.
In addition you can automate processes in response to the monitoring systems, initialising HVAC systems to correct environmental issues before they become hazardous.
To find out how intelligent disaster prevention techniques can be incorporated into your facilities management call 01823 275100, contact us by email, or connect with an authorised reseller or installer.
Data Centre Disaster Prevention
Monitor Atmospheric Conditions
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Automate HVAC Responses
Correct Environmental Anomalies
Predictive Environmental Alerts
Heat & Humidity
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