Closet Entropy

Posted by Instor on Feb 14, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Instor’s team of IT and data center infrastructure professionals can help whip a messy IT closet back into shape in no time. Learn about our professional services here.

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In layman’s terms, entropy is typically defined as a lack of predictability and a slow decline into disorder. The endgame of entropy is real-life chaos. It might sound like we’re discussing high-minded theoretical physics concepts, but we’re actually talking about some of the IT closets we’ve seen over the years! If this sounds like your own closet, read on.

Anyone who has ever overseen an IT closet understands that, with time, network distribution becomes more complex. This is partly due to new gear being layered on top of old gear. Add to that the fact that connections often go undocumented and you’ve got a mess on your hands in no time.

Also consider this: poor cabling is the top breeding ground for errors in your IT closet. Whether you’re tethered to outdated wiring or have a rat’s nest of new telecom wiring, you’re likely to suffer from throttled network speeds via crosstalk.

 

A Smart Solution

The team at Instor has decades’ worth of experience in auditing IT closets and crafting custom project plans to help seamlessly upgrade your system. We can help clean up those messy closets while helping you maintain maximum business continuity. We create detailed, as-built documentation for all your closet connectivity and offer standardized, compliant infrastructure solutions, ultimately setting your company on the path to growth and expansion.

The result? You’ll come out of the experience ready to take on the future with all of your assets re-cabled, mapped and with little impact on your day-to-day operations.

When you’re ready to re-do those messy, old IT closets, call the team at Instor. You can even get a quote online today.

Visit our IT closet page to learn more about our services.

 

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Topics: Infrastructure