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Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

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Another contributor to savings in operational costs comes in facilities management. IT
infrastructure can consume significant amounts of power leading to high energy costs. Of
course, all that power that comes into the data center gets converted to useful computation,
but the conversion from electricity to computation is not perfect. The inefficiencies in
conversion are realized in the form of heat; heat that has to be removed with costly cooling
systems. By driving up the average server utilization, a business can reduce the number of
servers needed, which in turn reduces power and cooling costs.

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