Traka showcases ability to secure economy’s most valuable assets at Data Centre World /Other/Trakacom/Images/Event%20Banners/DCW_Banner.png Traka is exhibiting at Data Centre World on 12-13 March at ExCeL London to launch an exclusive product solution, designed to ensure the highest level security of data assets. Traka, the industry leader in innovative key and equipment management systems will be demonstrating its world-renowned experience on stand D378, together with its capability to deliver incomparable functionality and integration capability. Visitors will be able to see the latest in security technology, including Traka’s powerful new Rack Manager concept, which offers electronically controlled access to every server rack door in a data centre, with the ability to scale up to suit evolving infrastructure environments. On display will also be Traka’s intelligent S-Touch key management system, which can hold up to 120 keys, and is only accessible by authorised personnel via latest technology including biometric control, and also provides full audit control capability. Says Mike Hills, Market Development Manager: With data being considered the world’s most valuable asset, even more valuable in today’s economy than oil*, it is critical to protect and demands a new approach to keeping it secure. Traka has taken note with the launch of Rack Manager. At Data Centre World visitors will be able to see live demonstrations of the new solution, designed exclusively to provide electronically controlled access to every server rack door in a data centre, including a complete audit trail of all user activity. Alongside our intelligent key management solutions, it demonstrates our dedicated value proposition to data centres, as an intricate market sector.” For more information or to register your interest, please visit Data Centre World, taking place between 12 – 13 March 2019 at ExCeL London. *The Economist. (2017). The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data. [online] Available at: https://www.economist.com/leaders/2017/05/06/the-worlds-most-valuable-resource-is-no-longer-oil-but-data [Accessed 21 Feb. 2019].