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Driven by rising electricity costs, green legislation and corporate social responsibility, green IT is increasingly on many IT professionals’ minds, particularly for the power-hungry datacentre. In this 11-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at some of the technologies that can help your datacentre become cost and energy efficient.  Access >>>

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  • Technologies that can make your datacenter Green
  • Curb your datacenter cooling costs to boost the bottom line
  • Driving datacenter efficiency to meet future demand

 

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