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Whaddya like to see your network wherever you go. Network Monitoring, Temperature, Camera Motion detection, etc.

If you are shopping for a network monitoring device to check your network activity, temperature, camera motion detection, alerts and other tasks you want to monitor while away or enjoying your vacation. I have the same problem years ago but not anymore and thank you to APC Netbotz product.
"The NetBotz solution is, in essence, an IP-based physical security network, where physical threat data is captured by IP monitoring appliances and then sent, stored and managed -- giving users a worldwide, up-to-the minute view of the physical threat status of their organization, their environment, their assets and their people. Capturing visual data from surveillance level cameras and dangerous ambient information from a wide range of sophisticated sensors, the NetBotz solution sends data securely to appropriate personnel, who then use the information to take quick and immediate action. A web browser gives authorized personnel a consistent, organization-wide view into its NetBotz deployment as well as its physical threat status -- across buildings, borders and boundaries." (2009, Amazon.com)


I configured this network device to send me alert when the room temperature goes below or above my LAN room set range. And also send me alert with picture through the use of Camera Motion detection feature during times that no one in the office. Of course you can configure this device according to your company Information Technology policy.

Check the following products for more details:

I know some other brands that you can use. For my specific needs, monitoring my LAN room, Temperature, capturing photo and sending me alert. This is perfect for me.

Someone also asked me about transporting big folders/files to another media. If CD or DVD is not enough, you can buy a USB Drive up to 8GB in capacity. The last time I checked, for 8GB capacity will cost you $19.99 a piece or cheaper.

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