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Do You Have Too Many Servers?
By: Wes Tafoya
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  • Do You Have Too Many Servers?
  • Since Japan still...
  • It is clearly...
  • Now how much...
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  • Organizations that move...
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    Do You Have Too Many Servers? - Since Japan still...

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    Since Japan still holds its position as the worlds technology leader, we need to realize it can benefit a business more if we actually research what is out there than finding out from our sales person or IBM, DELL, HP or other companies. Lets get down to brass tacks. When is the last time any company asked you if you would be open to new ideas to your issues, not to sell you something but to see if you even have a problem instead of giving you a sales pitch? Sure, I am always open to new ideas, I have to be, so that I can be on the leading edge of technology and my company can be ahead of my competition. I just seem to always get the sales pitch! I want a sales person to honestly look at my issues and honestly state if they can help me or are they are just trying to sale me their products. Imagine IBM stating, "We are sorry but we think HP has a better server that fits your needs." But of course that will not happen. So what can you do? The only thing you can do, research.

    It is unfortunate that many suppliers hide information about new technology - and I promise they hear about this technology. We know that most companies get their paycheck from constantly selling new equipment and servicing your company when a server goes down.

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