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New vs Old #3: The Question of Composability

Savings on the purchase price are by far the most important factor when choosing second user servers. But as discussed in the previous two articles of this series, cost savings can continue well after the hardware has been installed in your data centre. In this third instalment of New vs Old we look at how…

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New vs Old #2: The Question of Flexibility

The main reason for buying second user servers has always been because of the lower price-per-unit. But cost savings extend well beyond the initial purchase. In this second instalment of New vs Old we look at how used servers offer increased flexibility. Your infrastructure, your way One of the most common problems with a branded…

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New vs Old #1: The Question of Cost

In this short series of articles we will look at the issue of New versus Old when buying server hardware. This first instalment covers the question of cost. Headline purchase price The purchase price of second user servers is always lower than buying brand new systems. For many organisations this means that they can make…

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“Good Enough” IT – And How To Save A Fortune

No matter what activities your business is involved in, the amount of digital data you deal with is growing exponentially. This information needs to be stored, processed and actioned – as quickly as possible. Obviously, the solution (according to server manufacturers) is to invest in the latest technologies. Every year they announce new advances, faster…

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