Where CIO’s and Boards of Directors go to get control of their datacenters…

Where CIO’s and Boards of Directors go to get control of their datacenters…

By Guest Blogger, Charles B. Ganz, CEO CICL-The Center For Innovation Commercialization, USA

The explosion in data is creating unique challenges in data center management and efficiency. The never ending need for more bandwidth, cloud, and DC capacity has pushed many DC companies to keep buying boxes, switches servers, etc. But purchasing this capacity is not enough. As DC’s get larger and more complex, CIO’s are losing control of their DC efficiency. They cannot understand nor quantify the real operating risks in their datacenters and nor measure the vital efficiencies of their DC’s, until now.

Correlata enables the CIO to take back control of their most important strategic corporate asset, their data. Just as the cyber protection of data as become one of the most important corporate priorities, so too the proper efficiency of operations and utilization of the existing infrastructure that is already sitting in data centers become of vital importance.

Correlata analyzes the use of every single item in the data center, identifies and quantifies the dollar value of the operating risks in a data center, so that they can be addressed, giving the knowledge back to senior management that their data center is operating efficiently as it was presumed so that you can get the full benefits out of the existing infrastructure that you already have purchased. Correlata can enhance the service delivery of each datacenter by up to fifty percent, which means getting a much higher return from your existing and future investments, while reducing opex and capex due to elimination of unused infrastructure.

Give control of your DC back to the CIO,and accountability back to the Board, Give your CIO the comfort that your DC is running to its potential, efficiently.

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