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Retrofitting Data Centers

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Most data centers were never designed to be data centers. Organizations are struggling to put a "finger in the dam" to keep up with the speed of change, but budgetary restrictions are such that there is only so much a data center team can do. Learn ways to maximize your data center budget, and find out how unexpected savings in some areas can help cover expenses in other areas.


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