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Businesses failing to keep network cables organised - Network Cables

Many businesses could benefit from solutions which help keep network cables and other data centre equipment in place and well organised, it has been suggested.

Writing for GCN, John Breeden II claimed that it is common for companies to have "miles of spaghetti cabling running in all directions" - and this can cause various logistical problems.

"Once carefully placed, phone lines, network cables, power cords, printer lines, USB extenders and serial cables have long since been buried by other lines," he said.

Mr Breeden II said that before long, "just getting from point A to point B to troubleshoot problems becomes a day-long exercise".

He said that in the past, companies have used various means to keep their network solutions in place, such as marking wires and putting tape round them.

But Mr Breeden II suggested that specially-designed tags, with labels on the front and clips on the back, can help.

He said using such solutions is "an easy, clear way to identify which device a cord or cable connects to".

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