HDD Temperature Enterprise is hard-drive temperature monitoring software for corporate networks and small businesses. This rather straightforward program is a must have utility for any company that is determined to have a ZERO risk of losing their data because of hard-drive overheating. There are many reasons why hard-drives get damaged, and overheating is probably the most common one. If you remember your physics lessons well, you know that spinning something at several thousand revolutions per minute causes heat, plenty of heat. That is why servers and computers have coolers, fans and other gadgets that prevent overheating. But as fans get plugged, coolers stop working, or too many hard-drives get added - the risk of "frying" your HDDs and losing data increases drastically. HDD Temperature Enterprise uses S.M.A.R.T. technology included in all modern HDDs to monitor temperature of hard-drives and gives system administrators real-time online access to this critical data in any location. When hard-drive temperature goes up, the program sends e-mail alerts or shuts down HDD in danger to prevent overheating. HDD Temperature Enterprise is created specially for small and large companies that have many computers and need to monitor multiple hard-drives. This "beefed up" version has several features that the regular version does not. For example, it can monitor several HDDs simultaneously and can send warning messages to a specified e-mail address or certain computer in the network. Importantly, it can automatically force overheated system to hibernate, protecting both HDD and the unsaved data. You also can run this application as network service, making this tool is ideal for corporate networks. The client module is deployed over the network with Windows installer (.msi) and runs invisibly in the background.
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