When people hear the word ‘computer server,’ they often think of the connectivity: how many computers can access the Web, how the network is set up, and what the speed is. But behind the scenes, that computer server is likely located in a structure, be it a closet, rack, or cabinet, where the cables and modems are located. Keeping this structure organized is vital to any server’s well-being.
If any issues arise, it’s easier to fix
So, one of your cables isn’t working, and your Internet gave out. With business, time is money, meaning troubleshooting needs to start now. But if you open your server closet and everything’s in disarray, you can be sure that a solution will take a while. Organization gives users the chance to see the problem more clearly and fix it.
Organization protects your equipment
Keep in mind that network electronics give off heat; if you’re constantly using them, they have the potential to get hot themselves. If your cables are tangled over your modem, then that can pose a serious threat for small fires. However, with an organized computer server closet, the cables can breathe, encouraging proper air flow. Organization is the safest bet for protecting your equipment and your property.
It’s scalable to evolve with your business
Like with troubleshooting, having a clear vision of what cables and equipment you’re working with is beneficial for the future, when new technologies are being introduced, or your needs change. You may need additional equipment in your network, or possibly lessen the load. Being able to properly adjust cables allows for a seamless, scalable process, which is helpful as you move forward.
At ProLink Communications, we make sure our clients receive the tools they need for reliable and connected information technology. That’s why we offer computer server racks and closets, organizing your technology and preparing you for the future. Call us at 615-236-0051 today to learn more about the information technology and communications services we offer!