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Use KVM solutions to avoid equipment duplication - Network Accessories

Businesses can keep their IT infrastructures streamlined using KVM solutions, helping to maximise efficiency within the data centre.

These tools enable multiple computers to share a keyboard, visual display unit and mouse (KVM), meaning duplication can be avoided.

As well as limiting space and power usage, this helps keep equipment costs down, contributing to the bottom line.

Among the solutions available are two-way and four-way KVM switches - which help avoid the use of different sets of peripherals.

Users can simply select which computer they wish to control at the push of a button, meaning KVM solutions are not only practical but also hassle free.

KVM cables can be used to connect switches to the computers under the control of the device.

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