What is a UPS Power Supply for Computers & Servers? | UPS Systems
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Many businesses across the country are on high alert after the recent flooding that led to power cuts and caused havoc for parts of the UK. With the prospect of more wet weather to come and the risk of further floods across the UK, it’s vital to ensure that critical data is backed up.
Power cuts can have a hugely negative impact on the performance, reputation and security of a business. If IT servers, computer networks and telephone systems are not backed up it can result in a loss of essential data with serious commercial consequences for a company.
In order to protect your business against data loss, UPS Systems plc can supply you with an uninterruptible power supply (UPS). In the event of a power failure, a UPS instantly switches to batteries to keep your systems running, avoiding data loss from sudden shutdowns.
The impact of the recent flooding and power cuts has demonstrated just how vulnerable facilities can be. Installing a UPS is therefore a proactive and cost effective component of any contingency plan. Whether you need short-term power to bring IT systems to a controlled shutdown, or a fully integrated standby power system to keep your business running continuously, UPS Systems plc will support any business infrastructure. From site surveys to installation, maintenance, heath checks and remote monitoring of your equipment, UPS Systems will provide you with a complete standby power solution.
For more information, contact UPS Systems.