What To Look For in an Environment Monitoring System

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Environmental conditions – such as temperature, humidity, and air quality – have a significant impact on the performance and lifespan of electronic equipment. Data center network infrastructure, automated industrial machines, and other expensive and business-critical devices typically require a specific range of conditions in order to avoid failure. However, they’re frequently installed in remote or hard-to-access locations with little human interaction, which can make it difficult to monitor and maintain the environment.

An environment monitoring system gives operators the ability to view the conditions in remote facilities in real time without leaving the office. That means organizations can proactively address environmental concerns before remote equipment fails, preventing business interruption and extending the lifetime of expensive machinery.

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Enterprise networks are large and highly distributed; critical infrastructure is hosted in remote data centers, branch offices, manufacturing sites, and other locations with little-to-no IT support presence such as remote oil pipelines, offshore oil rigs, and satellites. That means network administrators can’t physically see if

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