Security is an important aspect of reliable datacenters. Joe's Datacenter strives to ensure that the datacenter is secure and safe for customers and employees.
One way that Joe's Datacenter ensures security is through the use of security cameras. Throughout Joe's Datacenter there are 16 security cameras. These cameras are spread out through the colocation datacenter, dedicated datacenter and outside. The 16 cameras allow every square-inch of the datacenter to be seen and protect the datacenter and its equipment.
These cameras allow you to see the datacenter too! Be sure to check out our Live Webcam page to view what’s currently going on in the DC.
ENTRY INTO THE DATACENTER
Obtaining entrance to the data center is not a simple task. All doors are locked at all times of the day, and employees use key cards to gain access. Colocation customers are granted on-site access in order to install and work on equipment. To enter the colocation data center, customers must ring the door buzzer and speak to a data center employee. The employee will ID Check the visitor, verify they are an authorized contact and have them sign in. Once the customer has been lead inside the data center, they are only given access to their equipment since all of the cabinets are always locked and they cannot enter the dedicated data center. Customers are not allowed in the dedicated data center at any point in time.