Monday, March 2, 2009

FAQ guide: Green IT and virtualization

March 02, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Green IT and virtualization FAQs
Greg Schulz, Contributor

Most customers don't fully understand the benefits of green IT, which makes the role of solutions providers invaluable. In this FAQ guide, learn how to recommend green IT and virtualization technologies that will complement customers' infrastructure and accommodate their budgets. Expert Greg Schulz answers frequently asked questions about green IT's cost savings and the advanced benefits of virtualization.

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