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How KPIs can benefit the management of your data center

IT KPIs are changing the way data center hardware and software monitoring systems function.

This expert eGuide breaks down some of the benefits of using a KPI to measure your data center workload balance, what business relevant aspects to measure, as well as how to generate periodic reports that show KPI data overtime.

Also, review examples of how KPIs can measure your data center’s IT infrastructure, transactions and efficiency. 

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