Most organizations have embraced a mix of large servers (costing in excess of $250,000) and small servers as major components of their system architectures. Computer Economics’ Information Systems Spending and Technology Trends points out that while small server acquisitions exceed those of large servers, economic returns more often favor the larger machines. IT managers making equipment selection decisions will want to review these results before making choices. Click here to purchase. – $95
Large Server Economic Returns Out Pace Small Servers
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