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Benefits of Remote Reboot Power Management

Remote reboot power management can be an excellent stand-alone solution or when combined with a KVM management system. Completing a true ‘lights out’ operations center can happen quickly and easily by introducing a simple remote reboot power management solution. Remote KVM over IP access simply permits users to warm reboot computers. In order to cycle power to

Lights Out Data Center

Lights Out Data Center …going “Lights Out” improves more than your data center energy costs It is apparent to most that having your data center go “Lights Out” is another way to improve your data center’s energy efficiency and thus reduce your organization’s data center operating costs. What is less apparent is just how significant

5 uses for the iBoot

remote-power-management

Whether you’re operating a hundred ticket kiosks in an airport or a few servers at your small business, downtime costs money. It can result in lost advertising, frustrated customers, lost transactions, missed opportunities, and idle personnel. 1. Reboot Remote reboot of any device, routers, servers, kiosks, etc. The device to be rebooted need not be

Consider These 10 Areas of Data Center Improvement

10 Areas of Improvement

Aligning business goals with IT strategies requires an intrepid mind to enter the dark abyss of cables, devices, and firmware updates. This road map to a deep dive into the nuts and bolts may help keep you on track when optimizing critical areas of your living IT system. Follow us through these ten pivots across

Aten UC9020 Streamlive™ HD – 42U Product Spotlight

Simplify your live streaming The Aten UC9020 Streamlive™ HD is an all in one A/V mixer solution for those wanting to stream directly to their live audience. The StreamLIVE™ HD is a lightweight, portable streaming solution. Offering multi-channel audio/video mixing that integrates 1080p video capture, video source switching, stream broadcasting, video conversion, video splitting, and

An Internet Timeline

A quick look back at the history of the internet and DirectNet. Included Links: * 1996 – First Viral Video ** 2005 – First Cat Video References: The Communications Decency Act  by Robert Cannon History of the Web by  Sir Tim Berners-Lee  Dotcom Bubble by Adam Hayes From Arpanet To World Wide Web: An Internet


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