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Companies are transforming to a Greener IT Data Center & Cloud

Many companies have transformed their IT infrastructure towards a more cloud-like infrastructure and now view IT as a service. This transition has resulted in a much smaller energy footprint, significantly higher resource utilization rates, and large cost savings. As companies move closer to viewi
Many companies have transformed their IT infrastructure towards a more cloud-like infrastructure and now view IT as a service. This transition has resulted in a much smaller energy footprint, significantly higher resource utilization rates, and large cost savings. As companies move closer to viewing IT as a service and building up a more service-oriented infrastructure, they find themselves in greener pastures. More cloud-computing companies are pursuing strategies that can reduce the energy consumption of their data centers, primarily as a cost containment measure. For most companies, the environmental benefits of green data design are generally of secondary concern but the Cloud is creating benefits that can be directly related to GREEN IT.

•Learn how you can save on hardware costs, reduce your company’s carbon footprint, and save money with virtualization technology.
•Do more with fewer resources. You can combine small changes with solutions based on NetApp solutions to create a large overall impact.
•Save on energy and power consumption with current technologies
•Help reduce management and support costs with virtualization and familiar interfaces.


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