Servers are the brains of most corporations. The rooms and racks that house these servers are a critical part of a company's cabling infrastructure. Since servers, racks and the required cabling usually account for a large part of an IT manager's budget, they must be assured that this environment is built correctly.
In many cases, servers are located separately from a company's wiring closet. In such instances tie cables, either copper or fiber, must be installed to provide connectivity between the network equipment, which provides the pipe to the end user, and the company's servers, which store the important information. We then label and test all connections.