Five Ways to Realize Server Room Profitability

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Virtualizing servers is a great way to make the best of your resources. Instead of buying additional servers, virtualization allows you to partition the resources while masking the physical location. For example, if you’re using a dual-core processor server, it can easily be made to appear and operate as two separate servers. This instantly saves you money by requiring you to buy half the hardware you would need without it.

With servers responsible for storing and distributing data among employees and customers alike, they are the backbone of just about every modern business. Of course, this type of mission-critical power comes at a cost, but if you strategize your server farm with a budget-boosting mindset, you can realize great cost savings in the long run without sacrificing efficiency or performance. Paul Stennetti, product specialist at CableOrganizer.com, has identified five ways to squeeze more ROI out of your server room.

 

Related Topics : IBM Looks to Redefine Industry Standard Servers, APC, Brocade, Citrix Systems, Data Center

 
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