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Day: August 16, 2019

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The next steps

Cable management has constantly evolved throughout the years, from traditional methods such as on-site installation to pre-assembled cable solutions – it’s ever changing with the times. HellermanTyton takes a look at the current, and future, cable management landscape.

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Hot off the press

Luceco describes the benefits being offered by its LED luminaire refit at the Northern & Shell building in the heart of London.

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Taking responsibility

Recolight explains the WEEE regulations and how they affect contractors and their customers.

BS 5839-6:2019 - new code for domestic fire alarms

New code for domestic fire alarms

A new edition of the Code of Practice for fire alarms in housing, BS 5839-6:2019, has just been published, reinforcing the importance of interconnected smoke and heat alarms as an essential first line of defence to provide early warning of fire at low

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Stay in control

When it comes to your physical racks and servers, do you know who has access to your assets? Stephen O’Connell, managing director at Rack-Sec, outlines how you can utilise electronic access control to ensure fool-proof security at rack-level. 

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Revolutionising industry with automation

Could the fully autonomous data centre be closer than we think? Matthew Beale, modern data centre architect at Ultima, explores the marriage between man and machine when it comes to establishing the data centre of the future.

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