IDenticard presents Rack Armor
If you run a data center or work in a data center you realize the need for security. We are talking about big numbers in the sheer amount of data that is kept in servers across the world. All of that information needs to stay secure. Thus it comes as no surprise that most data centers run on magnetized badges, bio-reader technology and rely on third party security companies to keep their campuses secure. There are always places to improve the security of customers’ data. IDenticard provides just such security measures. One of the leading manufacturers of photo ID and access systems, from wristband access to remote security actions via smartphone, IDenticard has provided some of the more innovative solutions to security on the market. In that vein comes Rack Armor.
A complete system for each individual rack allows for even more security than ever before. The unique approach to securing the rack itself ensures data safety even in the event of a cage breach. A multi-tiered system like this is vital to those looking for the next level assured protection. At Silverback we see and work around plenty of racks, secured and unsecured. Most times the “security” on a rack is a simple rack and pin lock system with a key. The few times we see card granted access, the locks themselves aren’t hardly robust enough to withstand someone wanting to get in. Rack Armor seems to negate that issue with two measures, first there is the surprising robustness of the lock itself, add to that the options of single key or double key card entrance along with mobile and email alerts as well as a camera system, Rack Armor provides where others falter. The state of the art technology that IDenticard put into this product has impressed even our CEO (not easy to do mind you).
Check out more at IDenticard’s website: http://www.identicard.com/rackarmor/
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