Best of Data Center Knowledge: March 2011

Top stories for March: Making data center design more people-friendly, HP betting on cloud and WebOS, how Japan's data centers coped with the earthquake, Yahoo's $500 million data center expansion.

Colleen Miller

April 1, 2011

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Data Center Knowledge's March news coverage included stories of new approaches in data center design as well stories about big companies and big alliances. We also covered the data center aspects of the triple disaster in Japan, with the understanding that technology can be used to assist survivors. (Editor's note: If you have not done so already, you can still donate to the American Red Cross to assist Japanese survivors cope and recover.) Here’s the rundown of the 10 most popular stories of March 2011, ranked by total page views:

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