Making the right datacentre decisions

Datacentres are one of the largest capital investments in enterprise IT. With costs frequently running to tens of millions of pounds for the datacentre itself, and spiralling energy costs adding to the maintenance side of the price equation, Computer Weekly has drawn together some of the main issues for IT heads to consider.

Datacentres are one of the largest capital investments in enterprise IT. With costs frequently running to tens of millions of pounds for the datacentre itself, and spiralling energy costs adding to the maintenance side of the price equation, Computer Weekly has drawn together some of the main issues for IT heads to consider.

 

HP offers 40% datacentre power saving >>

Opinion: Datacentres – the future >>

Analysis: Rising cost of datacentre cooling creates clash between IT and facilities management >>

Feature: Blades get sharpened for all >>

Case study: Datacentre consolidation at Ernst & Young >>

This was last published in June 2006

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