Many IT managers have found that their server farms have proliferated to the extent that a great deal of staff time must be dedicated to the maintaining of this infrastructure rather than the development of new capabilities. In such cases, server consolidation becomes an attractive possibility. Results of Computer Economics’ 2003 Information Systems Spending survey indicate that nearly one-half of all IT organizations are involved in server consolidation.
Organizations Move Toward Server Consolidation Cost Savings
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