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Environmental Surveys

Every Computer Room is a complex web of interacting systems and infrastructures. That's why the deterioration of any single component can have a significant affect on the IT environment as a whole. Recognise the issues early and proactive measures can be taken to ward off any lasting or damaging impact. Problems can be wide and varied; electrical and earthing problems; air conditioning inadequacies; dust contamination and many more. None need be serious, if detected and dealt with promptly.

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Environmental Surveys

environmental surveysEvery Computer Room is a complex web of interacting systems and infrastructures. That's why the deterioration of any single component can have a significant affect on the IT environment as a whole. Recognise the issues early and proactive measures can be taken to ward off any lasting or damaging impact.

Problems can be wide and varied; electrical and earthing problems; air conditioning inadequacies; dust contamination and many more. None need be serious, if detected and dealt with promptly.

What happens during the Survey?

Keyzones’s environmental survey examines the environmental fabric of your Computer Room and assesses its suitability to accommodate the systems it houses. The survey includes an inspection of the electrical systems, air conditioning, physical security and cabling infrastructure to ensure they are operating correctly and are 'fit for purpose'. It assesses all and every risk to the environment from the threat of water leak to the operational and health and safety aspects of the room. In fact, it reviews all of the areas where a problem could impact your day to day business operation.

The Result of a Survey

The Survey provides a comprehensive report on any issues and any recommendations. The report is delivered to you and then subsequently the findings are presented to you by a consultant, so that you can digest the information first and then discuss fully the issues and the suggested recommendations proposed.

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