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November 13, 2012
Winter weather is well on its way and so are those dropping temperatures. When you own a vacation property, it is very important to monitor your property while you are a way. There are many concerns for today's vacation home owners such as damage from frozen pipes to mold growth to flooding. Temperature@lert provides low-cost options to monitor your home away from home so that you can feel at ease while you are away.
For example, Tom W., who owns a vacation home and had monitoring concerns, contacted us for a solution:
September 19, 2011
We often hear enthusiastic customers, but Brian Dykes has been one of the most excited ones in a while. Brian was recently hired to help a Mid-West Business with it’s IT infrastructure. After reviewing the company's network history with his new colleagues, Brian decided to purchase one of our USB Edition temperature monitoring devices to protect the company’s server room. His action was none too soon. Read about how Brian and countless IT professionals feel about our simple and cost effective temperature monitoring products in the latest story in our website’s Industries section. Link to Story
December 16, 2009
Eye Mall Media in Austin, TX specializes in Advertising displays in shopping malls. They have backlit poster and LCD displays in over 250 malls.
Eye Mall Media is using our USB Device to track and measure the temperature of their server system. They had some problems with efficiency and system shut down prior to monitoring the temperature of their infrastructure.
We had the distinct pleasure of talking with Scott Hoopman, Business Systems Analyst for Eye Mall Media. He was extremely helpful and understanding about our questions. Our focus for this interview was mainly about Eye Mall Media, what they do, ...
December 15, 2009
Integra Clinical Research in San Antonio, TX specializes in clinical studies and trials. To name a few, they have conducted clinical trials in the following areas:
Integra Clinical is using Temperature@lert's Cellular device to measure the temperature of their medicinal storage facility. Integra needs to monitor this temperature in order to insure the effectiveness and safety of their drugs prescribed to patients.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday, they were gracious enough to allow us to Interview them ...
January 20, 2009
Temperature@lert is there for you when you need it and there when
you can't be there. Does that sound like an exaggeration or an
overstated guarantee? We can assure you that it is not.
Temperature@lert is working whether you are in the office or not. It
works whether you are awake or asleep. Temperature@lert continuously
monitors ambient temperature, compiles the information about the
temperature of the air surrounding your computer, and it will alert you
if the temperature veers away from the range that you have set as
That really is a lot of work for one little device to do, and yet Temperature@lert is a powerful ...
August 28, 2008
Quiz time! Question: What would delight a few bad students, but spell doom for today’s high-tech school systems?
Answer: An IT meltdown.
Learning can’t wait for expensive and labor-intensive IT work during the school day. And a server room is no playground. Mark Candalor, the technology coordinator for the Kane Area School District in Pennsylvania, had a eureka! moment when he realized that foul weather could wreak havoc on the systems that support his school. “Our A/C unit in the main server room sometimes trips breakers when there is a lightning storm. Rather than wait until someone comes in and ...
August 22, 2008
Your title may be “systems administrator,” but you know the truth: You’re the first line of defense against IT catastrophe. Just ask Ronald J. Bilak, of Prinkpack, Inc. When his office A/C melted down and the indoor temperature rose to the mid-80s, he knew he was playing with fire.
“I work in a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week manufacturing plant. As the lone IT person in the plant, I am obviously not always there,” says Bilak, whose network equipment is housed in a locked office and vulnerable to unanticipated heat fluctuations. Fortunately, Bilak is a man with a plan. “My plant manager ...
January 20, 2008
I recently received a question from a user about mounting hardware for the Temperature@lert USB edition. Since we like to keep things simple, I suggested some cable ties. Here's what I received back from the user:
"This has to survive a shock test where the system will be placed on a barge in a lake and charges are detonated at various distances. I'll come up with something, and I'm sure that tie-wraps will be involved."
Sounds like we may have a new marketing angle here: Temperature@lert. So reliable, you'll have to intentionally blow it up to get it to ...
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