4 reasons to conduct shorter server refresh cycles

Reasons Shorter Server Refresh Cycles are Better for Business

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Did you know that a server’s operating costs in years 4-6 are 10 times higher than the initial acquisition cost of the server? If so, what about shorter server refresh cycles: are they better for business? And if so, how?

IDC conducted an investigation of these very questions. By reading on, you’ll learn the business benefits realized from refreshing servers every three years, including reduced operational and infrastructure-related costs by up to 61%, less time (and money) spent on tactical provisioning and break-fix activities, and more. 

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Vendor:
Dell EMC and Microsoft
Posted:
09 Nov 2017
Published:
09 Nov 2017
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PDF
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1 Page(s)
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Resource
Language:
English
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