Privately owned 4G wireless broadband provider in Bangladesh, Banglalion Communication Ltd. WiMAX technology was utilized. The Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission (BTRC) granted it a federal license to offer broadband wireless access services for data, voice, and video. Banglalion included 30 important districts and 7 divisional headquarters in Bangladesh. In an auction organized by the Bangladesh Telecommunication Regulatory Commission, Banglalion was awarded a WiMAX license (BTRC).

Their server health condition was so bad that it got crushed down and Fusion Infotech worked on making their server up. Due to not maintaining the server, they had to face this problem. Below we have provided the needful a company needs to do yearly to keep server health good.

1) Clean electronics every day:

For your computer network to function properly, you must clean its components. On hardware components, dust and other small particles can accumulate over time and grow, decreasing their productivity.

2) Remove all food from the space.

One of the most fundamental rules for computer health is this. Dust is unavoidable, however by prohibiting these products from being close to the server room, small food and drink particle litter can be avoided.

3) Restrict Staff Access

Restricting employee access is a simple way to reduce foot traffic through your server room.

4) Use a Surge Protector

Surges or spikes in electricity can cause damage to your networking hardware.  This is an unpredictable element, and can even depend on the weather at certain times of the year.  

5) Make Data Backups

Even though this isn’t directly related to server health, it must be done. There are always hidden dangers, like theft, fire, or flooding.

6. Keep the space cool.

A lot of heat is produced by computers and servers, especially when they are running nonstop. The basic rule of thumb is to maintain your pricey technology in an atmosphere that is lower than 85 degrees Fahrenheit, despite the fact that IT specialistsdebate this point frequently.