Grid computing, which provides a methodology for sharing geographically dispersed IT resources, is emerging as a cost effective practice. The ability to allocate resources on an as-needed basis can result in lower operational costs, improved responsiveness, higher availability, and better service. These factors should motivate IT managers to consider the applicability of grid computing to their organizations, but the concept should not be fully endorsed until all of its implications are fully understood and evaluated. Click here to purchase. – $125
Grid Computing Shows Economic Viability
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