Worcester, MA (PRWEB) October 12, 2009
Wright Line and Minicom Advanced Systems will be co-hosting a free webinar on quick and easy-to-implement technology ideas that drive team collaboration, increase overall department productivity and maximize space within 911/Emergency Operation Centers (EOCs).
- Local versus remote management of technology platforms - identifying the opportunities to centralize IT operations with the use of KVM technology and scalable network and server rack configurations
- Proper space planning that can help to mitigate risks when installing IT/network equipment at the workstation level instead of storing all equipment in a centralized data center
- How to provide call-takers, dispatchers and supervisors with simultaneous access to all CAD, radio and phone servers in the call center and how supervisors can effectively "take-over" an operator's computer - without software
- How to increase IT staff efficiency while enabling call-takers and dispatchers to be less distracted by tech concerns
- How to provide effective monitor mounting capabilities and techniques, supply keyboard, video and mouse consolidation opportunities and address technology airflow management requirements
Speakers will be Minicom's David Zucker, Director of Business Development, and Wright Line's Brad Lynch, Business Unit Leader, Technical Environments.
About Wright Line
Wright Line, a global leader in the design and manufacture of consoles, enclosures, office and other specialty workspace solutions for technology-intensive environments, has been serving the data center, government office, call center, analytical and electronic laboratory and high-tech manufacturing environments for 75 years. The company is headquartered in Worcester, MA and can be contacted by email at info(at)wrightline(dot)com or by phone, 800.225.7348.
Minicom provides access, extension and management solutions that significantly improve the level of IT service for organizations. Its access management solutions are especially tailored for IT managers that need secure centralized and seamless remote access to their mixed IT environment. These solutions enable local, remote site, in-band and out-of-band access management from a single web portal. Its innovative remote access solutions are specifically designed to meet the Real Needs of your business by maximizing past investments in IT infrastructure, installation, and training. Minicom's Real Needs approach is to add the best KVM IP technology on top of the installed base of analog KVM, thereby reducing costs while increasing efficiencies. Minicom was founded in 1988 and in 2006 became an Intel Capital portfolio company. It has worldwide distribution with its headquarters in Israel and Regional offices in North America, Europe and APAC. In 2009 Minicom established and fully owns Minicom Digital Signage.
Christopher J. Devaney
Director, Marketing Communications
Wright Line LLC
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