March 27, 2019 - Source: Business Computing World

Technology Saves Heritage Computing at The National Museum of Computing

"The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) has partnered with network monitoring company, Paessler to protect some of the world’s most precious historical artefacts currently housed in Block H on Bletchley Park.

These artefacts, which date from the 1940s to the present day, have played a key role in shaping the technology we rely on today and can function only in specific environmental conditions. Any changes in temperature, humidity, light and even noise can cause damage or machine failure.

Prior to implementing Paessler’s PRTG technology, museum staff would manually have to ensure each of the 14 galleries and rooms achieved the appropriate conditions. However, with the help of PRTG Network Monitor, the museum has been able to automate the monitoring of the environmental conditions. [...]"

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