Your server refresh cycle: Ensuring security

Your server refresh cycle: Ensuring security


Owners of aging server farms need to take a hard look at their current performance and security. Any server more than four years old will tend to have slower Hard Disk Drives, smaller memories, and lower-power CPUs when compared to existing technology which can put your enterprise at risk for security breach and at risk for losing competitive advantage. If you own an anging server farm, the time to refresh your servers might be now. 

Explore this resource to learn how you can keep your assets secure during a server refresh cycle without breaking the bank and learn how such a refresh can bring numerous benefits to your IT infrastructure and enterprise. 

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04 Jun 2014
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