Wire management is a process. Tame and eliminate cable clutter - now, and when you add new wires - with Cable Tamer wire organizers.
2. Routing cables and cords
Running cables from your computer to a nearby printer or other peripheral is much easier if you use cable clips, saddles, or clamps. Using wire organizers to route your cables where you want them keeps everything clean and keeps your employees safe. Cable Clips can be quickly installed to organize and label up to twelve wires or cords neatly. Some high quality name brands include Belkin, CB and Hellerman Tyton.
3. Computer racks and cabinets
In many IT offices, space is at a premium. Do you have all of your computers or servers on desks or tables? If so, you don't often have the option to allow room to access the back of a computer where all the slots and cable ports are located.
Computer racks with slide-outs are a great way to both save space and allow access to computers for easy servicing and maintenance.
4. Color Code Your Wires
If you´re adding or moving peripheral devices to your computer, dealing with cables and cords is always a bother. Heat shrink tubing in assorted colors can help you color code your cables, making it easier to manage your hardware. Quality heat shrink tubing is also a great way to protect your cables from abrasion or further strengthen them against mechanical stress.
5. Computer racks and cabinets
Electronics cabinets can be made to keep dust off your equipment and to coordinate with the decor. But when your equipment need to be truly secure, you need to consider security lock boxes. These security cabinets and shelves offer rugged security that will protect the contents of your machines from unauthorized access. These are especially useful if you are using video monitoring equipment that needs to be kept safe from prying hands.
6. Cable Turtle
As computer systems get more advanced, sometimes you find you only have a couple of cords near your desk. But they can still be an unsightly and untidy tripping hazard. For those situations where a larger cable solution is unnecessary, a Cable Turtle wire organizer is the perfect answer. These clever and elegant devices can wrap and hold just a few feet of ordinary electrical cord for single appliances, keeping the cord neat and out of the way.
7. Braided sleeving
Braided sleeving is a great wire organizer. It leaves behind no sticky residue when and if you ever decide to take it off, it gives your computer case a complete custom color configuration to match the color of your IDE cables and/or the color of your hardware, and it makes the overall look of your case seem way more attractive and professional. Sleeving your power supply takes great patience, however, if done correctly you’ll most certainly achieve the custom look you are going for.
8. Velcro One Wrap fasteners
If your computer system is a “work in progress” you still should bundle your wires. It's also a good idea to mark them so you know which one goes where. VELCRO® One Wrap® brand self-gripping
wire organizers offer an inexpensive, neat, and secure fastening system that is both adjustable and reusable. They are available in a variety of strap lengths, widths, and colors.
9. Cinch Strap Cable Binding
When duct tape or electrical tape isn't enough for your cable binding needs, or when you need to open or adjust strapping, look at a CinchStrap for a solution for your wire organization challenge. This heavy duty utility strap has extra strength and holding power. Solid double stitch construction ensures the CinchStrap wire organizer will withstand years of heavy use.
10. Cord Covers
It's a fact of life; sometimes you have just put together an office or you may have an ongoing project that end up forcing you to run computer cables across halls, floors, or other areas with foot or even vehicle traffic. You risk damage to your cables, your floor, and it creates a potentially dangerous tripping hazard. There are alternative solutions you can consider. Look at light capacity cord covers to protect your cables and your employees! You can even get more innovative and consider a raised floor cable management systems. Think out of the box!
11. Wire Tracks Baseboard
All those computer cables running around your home or office are an eyesore. It gets even worse if you have to run cables over some distance. To put that problem out of sight, consider an innovative solutions, a baseboard that is designed to cover your wiring. This is a wire track raceway that looks just like normal baseboard, except it is also a wire duct. Best of all, you can change wires by opening up the baseboard and adding or removing wires as needed.
12. Cable Flex Tubing
Your computer workstation will be much easier to manage if you can keep those cables and cords tidy. Flex tubing is a simple, elegant wire organizer that turns all those stray cords into a single, easy-to-manage bundle. This flexible tubing is available from 1/4” up to 2” inside diameter and can further protect your cables from abrasion and damage.
13. Edge Mount PDC
Wouldn't you like to be able to access both power and data through a single outlet? The Edge Mount Power Data Center provides power distribution and data ports in the form of two simplexes to accept standard power cords or AC adapters and provides two ports for the installation of voice/data. It is typically attached to the edge of the work surface or table.