What if CIOs and IT directors could exceed business needs while encouraging sustainability, corporate responsibility, and eco-friendly practices?

Correlata helps you get the most out of your investment in the Data Center:
Reduce Compute Footprint
Reduce Power & Cooling
Reduce IT Expenses
Reduce Global Warming
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Correlata For a Better World

Information is power, but that power comes at an increasingly high cost, both in dollars and impact to our planet.

Companies are struggling with how to balance cost, performance, security and compliance, while retaining flexibility and control of increasingly complex IT operations.

As social media continues to cement itself as a critical means of promotion as well as customer engagement, it’s no longer possible to win by being the fastest, or the cheapest.  From microbusiness to large enterprise – it’s now about being the best.

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Data Center UPS Market in US 2016-2020” report to their offering – The report forecasts the data center UPS market in the US to grow at a CAGR of 4.01% during the period 2016-2020.

This trend has escalated even further in recent years, and shows no sign of stopping. With the amount of hosted data doubling every 18 months, and even faster by some projections – something’s got to give.

So, surely IT budgets are increasing to meet this demand, right? According to SpiceWorks, there is an average increase in the timeframe above of 9%. While this is certainly an increase, it is not proportionate to the growth in consumption displayed above.

This means that more than ever, IT professionals are needing to find creative new ways to reduce power consumption and make the most of existing IT resources.


Correlata, the first solution that help businesses achieve a positive net impact on the environment as well as the bottom line.

Correlata is the only solution that intelligently analyzes all information technology assets, condensing results into a single pane, and then making proactive suggestions for improvement.


The logic is simple – by reducing power consumption and preventing unnecessary IT sprawl, IT departments can reduce environmental impact and encourage other business units to function sustainably and effectively.

Sustainability and corporate citizenship affects the decision-making process for everyone involved. From customers and potential investors, even prospective employees are weighing environmental impact in the decision-making process.