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  • CIOs, experts bristle at prospect of EPA mandates

    The EPA has the green light to study energy consumption in data centers. Vendors say studies are good, but they're wary of possible government mandates. CIOs agree. The market will get them to energy efficiency faster than federal mandates. 

  • Microsoft makes VM Manager beta available

    Microsoft's foray into virtual machine management came closer to reality today with the release of the first beta for its Virtual Machine Manager. 

  • Big IT players aim to simplify data center with XML

    Ten major IT vendors including IBM, Microsoft, Intel Corp. and Hewlett-Packard Co. on July 31 launched a standards initiative to create a common method using XML for describing network elements, servers, applications and other IT resources. 

  • Virtualization eases health care company's server sprawl

    Server consolidation and time savings are the two big benefits of virtualization, according to one healthcare company. 

  • IBM expands its line of AMD-powered blade servers

    IBM announced five new servers powered by AMD's Opteron processors. Big Blue promises the technology will satisfy two of the data center's greatest needs: More computing power and less energy consumption. 

  • How virtualization can simplify your move to 64-bit computing

    The IT industry is starting to migrate toward 64-bit computing, but it could be years before all mission-critical software is compatible with the new infrastructure. In this article, Alessandro Perilli discusses how you can use server virtualization ... 

  • Blade servers in virtualization: One size doesn't fit all

    A CDW systems consultant offers advice on choosing blade server hardware for virtualization projects. 

  • Data centers more affordable in midcontinent, study finds

    A Princeton, N.J.-based site selection firm recently published a study of 35 top data center locations, ranking the cities by estimated annual operating costs. 

  • Hosted data centers have benefits, but pitfalls, too

    The hosted data center is an appealing alternative to building new. But experts warn you can't just hand over the reins and walk away: It requires hands-on management. 

  • Data centers get a handle on e-waste

    Data center managers must find a way to dump leftover electronic waste or e-waste, and many are turning to third-party waste management firms to do the dirty work for them.