Managing workloads running in data centers is costly, resource-intensive and increasingly complex. But when your IT staff is focused on just keeping the lights on, it’s hard to think about anything else — like growing your business and increasing market share. Over the long run, this can undermine competitive advantage – and in turn, the survival of your organization.
This begs the question: Should you really be in the data center business?
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