sponsored by nlyte Software
Posted:  01 Dec 2011
Published:  01 Dec 2011
Format:  HTML
Type:  Analyst Report
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

You know the theory: data center floor space is costly. When you have to upgrade or renovate a data center to meet growing IT needs, it is a very expensive proposition. Consequently, when you maximize the use of your existing data center floor space, you can avoid costly and time-consuming upgrades to your entire facility.

That's the theory, but what is the practice? What are the most effective techniques to maximize your existing data center floor space? How do you measure and project your capacity? How much savings in floor space can you achieve?

A new report by Gartner addresses these questions. Based on their research, Gartner has developed four key recommendations for maximizing the use of your existing data center floor space. And these recommendations are not just palliative: they include a range of the savings you can expect. This is news you can use!

The complimentary report is available courtesy of nlyte Software, makers of Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software.






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