With the help of a Fortune 500 research firm, we've put together a 90-page orientation titled "The 2002 Telcom Trends and Risks Report."
The researchers noted 6 trends and 8 major risks facing those responsible for keeping the network running. Additionally, they detailed 11 steps that leading companies have identified to stay successful and keep their networks running.
There are a couple of reasons why I am willing to underwrite the cost of this report and provide it to you and your colleagues for free:
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Your product has already paid for itself many times over in the short time it has been in operation here. Last Friday evening I got an alpha page from the unit notifying me of a general summary alarm on the UPS. I drove to the office to discover our UPS room air conditioner wasn't operating and the temperature in the UPS room was about 120 degrees. This extreme heat caused an inverter in the UPS room to overheat and generate an alarm. This heat also caused our halon fire suppression system to go into a zone 1 alarm state (which is one sensor away from a halon discharge and a visit from the fire department).
If no remote monitoring was in place at the time of the incident, the UPS could have been seriously damaged and shut down, leaving our servers unprotected, and the halon system could have discharged, causing a costly inspection and recharge and an unexpected visit from the fire department.
Again, thank you for your help in getting TSW squared away with an AlphaMax. DPS will be the first company we call with future remote monitoring needs.
TSW International Inc.