Have you ever tried using your tablet at your desk along with your desktop? If so, you probably found it very difficult to position and awkward to use.
After investigating several options, I still wasn’t satisfied until I found the Tablik™ which I think is a pretty cool device. It mounts any tablet on an adjustable arm that easily attaches to your desk. The adjustable arm allows you to position the tablet so it is easy to use.
I found there is also an optional bracket that allows you to fasten it on to the side of your monitor. The feature that I found that ran circles around the others was the ability to quickly remove the tablet from the arm if I need to take it to a meeting.
It does cost more than many on the market but it was well worth the price in functionality. You can get more details at by clicking here on Tablik™.
Black Box tool-less rack shelf
If you have ever installed 4-post rack shelves, you have probably dropped a screw or two or pinched your fingers more than you want to admit. Black Box has come to the rescue with their tool-less shelves.
The flanges on the telescoping mounting ears fit simply into the cage nut rack rails with no problem. To help you with lost screws and bruised fingers, we are offering these rack shelves at a special price. Pricing will be for a very limited time, so if you are interested, I would check them out now. On the other hand, these are so easy to use, they are worth it at most any price!
You can get more details by clicking on the following link: http://www.serverrackoptions.com/onlinecatalog/server-rack/server-accy/tool-less.htm
If you have tried different USB locks and found them difficult to use and very expensive, you might want to take a look at these. Just push the filler lock in the USB port and when you want to take it out, a unique key that is not easily replicated allows for easy removal. Low cost, easy to use and peace of mind can put a smile on your face. Try it and let us know how you liked it. You can more details at http://www.serverrackoptions.com/jack-lock.php
Auto-Lock C13 Cord Prevents Accidental Removal
Attempting to lock power cords in securely to prevent them from being accidentally pulled out of servers has been a source of great personal ingenuity. Wire brackets, nylon ties, Velcro and even epoxy! There have been more but I am a bit embarrassed to mention them.
I was excited when I found these locking cords because they do not require any “extra” anything to lock. The animation above shows you how they work and they can hold 30 lbs of pulled weight. You can see all the different sizes, gauges, types, specs and pricing at http://www.serverrackoptions.com/autolock.php
There are two basic types of computers on a network: the server and the client. Servers are the computers that store resources and enable sharing. The computer being served with these resources is called the client. Servers are often dedicated, meaning they only perform certain tasks. Some types of servers include:
Web Servers – Web servers are computers dedicated to delivering web pages. When you enter a URL into your browser, your computer sends a request to the web server whose domain name matches, and the server sends the correct page back to you.
Proxy Servers – Proxy servers sit between clients and real servers. Caching Proxy Servers intercept requests on the way to real servers to see if they can fulfill the requests themselves. Proxy servers can save time because they save the results of all requests for a certain amount of time. So if a user requests one page today, and the same page tomorrow, the proxy server can now return the request instead of the real server.
Cloud Servers – Cloud server hosting is available to customers on demand via the internet. This hosting service is made possible by connecting multiple servers that comprise the cloud.
Whatever servers you’re using, Server Rack Options can help you get organized today.
1.) Clean up- If you are a small business that has servers spread out on tables or stacked on floor, a server rack will clean up the clutter and make use of vertical space.
2.) Safety- Cables and cords can be organized for easy access and prevent tripping hazards.
3.) Faster work flow- When a server and it’s functioning cables are set up properly and organized, the tools can work to their maximum potential. If set up incorrectly your system could crash more often.
The best reason why you should get yourself a server rack is because professionals like serverrackoptions.com are standing by to answer your questions and handle your orders.
- Efficiency: Without organization, a server room can become a tangled mess of wires, impossible to navigate for repair. Keep your server room cables organized for efficient future maintenance.
- Safety: Disorganized server room cables can be completely hazardous in the workplace. Using organizational tools to maintain order in your server room protects against tripping or tangling accidents.
- Save Money: Organized cables actually have a longer lifespan than those left tangled in a mess. Add order to your server room to save money on replacing dead cables in the future.
Are you looking for ways to organize your server room cables? Information Support Concepts offers a variety of different cable management solutions to keep your server room organized, effective, and safe.
- Automatic Restart: Employees or personnel do not necessarily frequent a company’s server room regularly. Thus, installing an air conditioning unit that can automatically restart when conditions imbalance is great help in ensuring the rooms steady temperature levels.
- Ventilation: Servers create a great deal of heat. A proper server room air conditioning system has a means by which to ventilate that hot air outside.
- Condensation Tank: Server rooms must stay relatively dry to avoid machinery damages. Air conditioners typically dehumidify a room, but a good server room air conditioner then stores this excess water from the air in an easily drainable tank for added safety.
Are you looking to add an air conditioner to your server room? Information Support Concepts offers quality server room air conditioners, at fair prices, to keep your servers cool and functioning properly.
Have you ever noticed that your laptop gets warmer the longer you use it? Electronic power generates heat. Servers, generally sourcing power to many machines all day long, subsequently, get very hot. Thus, storing servers improperly can lead to overheating, damage, even explosion. Situating your equipment on a rack can prevent against this damage. Racks elevate equipment off the floor, letting air flow and cool down heated parts. Be sure to use a rack big enough to elevate every component of such apparatus to properly and safely store your server equipment.
Do you need a server rack for your office? Information Support Concepts Inc. provides a wide selection of server racks to suite your needs, for fast and safe computer power.
Check out our special close out pricing on our AmeriCool portable air conditioners – model numbers HPC3000 & HPC5000. The HPC3000 is 13,200 BTU and the HPC5000 is 21,000 BTU. Pricing is based on a first come first serve basis until supply is gone. Click link for more details. http://www.serverrackoptions.com/Store/air_conditioners.html