Energy Efficient Computing – Power costs more than the server

Benefits of Energy Efficient Computing Reduced energy consumption helps organizations achieve significant cost savings, especially in data centers. Energy efficient computing also helps organizations minimize their direct and indirect carbon footprint. Did You Know? U.S. enterprise data centers can spend up to 15–20 percent of their operating costs on electricity alone. Industry analysts estimate the annual cost of powering a server will soon exceed its acquisition cost. The MAP Toolkit and Energy Efficient Computing Organizations can use the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit to quickly obtain comprehensive planning knowledge for migration to energy efficient computing technologies. MAP’s automated inventory … Continue reading Energy Efficient Computing – Power costs more than the server