Thursday, December 4, 2008

Project FAQs: Data center cost containment

December 04, 2008 Published by

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Data center cost containment FAQ

Suggesting a data center cost containment project to your customers is a no-brainer -- everyone is interested in saving money. But before starting a project, solution providers should make sure they themselves understand all facets of data center cost containment, including energy efficiency, virtualization and power usage effectiveness (PUE). In this Project FAQ, a team of experts from PlanNet Consulting, an independent consulting firm specializing in data centers and critical IT infrastructure based in Los Angeles, will guide you through the process of a data center cost containment project and provide answers to frequently asked questions about data center cost containment. Be sure to listen to the supplemental podcast, in which our experts sit down and discuss marketing such a project and the best way to sell a green data center.
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