Freehills delivers on commitment to green efficiency with a 10 percent reduction in energy consumption
sponsored by Dell and VMware

Freehills, an Australian-based international law firm, was struggling with exponentially growing data requirements and a cumbersome physical infrastructure that consumed 60% of their electricity costs. As data center relocation wasn't an option, Freehills needed a more cost-effective, timely, and energy-efficient strategy.

In this case study, discover how Freehills replaced their legacy system with a virtualized infrastructure, with updated server and storage capabilities. Read on to learn how Freehills ensured high availability and minimal risk when moving to a virtual environment, and the benefits they currently experience from this strategy, including:

  • 83% reduction in physical servers
  • Up to 10% reduction in power consumption
  • Greater efficiencies in data center operations
  • And more!
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