Posted By Rich Miller On February 7, 2007 @ 12:01 pm In Green Data Centers,Power | Comments Disabled
Energy consumption is now a corporate responsibility issue. And now there’s a whole new sense of urgency in the mix. People outside of IT are now involved. And I don’t think it’s going to fade anytime soon. I think we all know what the basic recipe looks like here. First obvious target: use server virtualization and current energy-friendly server technology to attack the biggest offender: poorly utilized, energy inefficient server farms. … My politically incorrect suggestion on this one is to have your corporate responsibility folks go beat up on the finance guys on this one. Stay a safe distance away, though. There’s no way to meet this new mandate unless IT has the ability to put in current technology. The results will simply not meet the corporate objective unless the rules change.Chuck’s blog is one of the more interesting corporate blogging efforts in the infrastructure field. He has a post about corporate blogging  and what he’s learned. Any other good company-sanctioned blogs that would of interest to data center professionals? If so, share them in the comments.
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 interesting post: http://chucksblog.typepad.com/chucks_blog/2007/02/how_green_is_yo.html?CMP=
 his blog at EMC: http://chucksblog.typepad.com/
 post about corporate blogging: http://chucksblog.typepad.com/chucks_blog/2007/01/corporate_blogg.html
 Rich Miller: http://www.datacenterknowledge.com/archives/author/richm/
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