We've just completed an office move and had no time after the construction of the office to run any sort of environment testing on the new server room. The server room is a good size and the temperature is okay but my issue is that the air is too dry. The air is just under 25% RH and I would like to see that number in the 40's if possible.
The caveat is that we were under the impression that the server room would get it's own AC unit in the new room, which isn't the case. The cooling of the room is currently dependent on the entire office cooling (not my idea). With that said the cooling might hamper my efforts to get the humidity up a bit.
Does anybody have any good recommendations of quick, effective but most importantly safe measures I can put in place to raise the humidity in my room?