IT Governance, Risk, and Compliance

Sep 28 2009   6:11PM GMT

Hardware Protection… Dust, Temperature, and Humidity – Oh My! – Part III

Robert Davis Robert Davis Profile: Robert Davis

When the relative humidity is high, water particulates are formed corresponding to the heat index. High humidity can warp hardware configuration cards. In addition, without adequate insulation, any conditions that cause moisture to be deposited on equipment will eventually depreciate hardware functionality. Maintaining the optimal temperature and humidity enable planning minimum user impact responses to hardware configuration item failures.

View Part I of the Hardware Protection… Dust, Temperature, and Humidity – Oh My! series here

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