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Making the case for in-house data centers

Bruce Harpham | April 21, 2016
With seemingly everything moving to the cloud these days, it’s important to know when setting up your own data management center can still be the right decision.

If research and development is a priority for the organization, a specialized in house data center makes sense. In 2014, Cambridge University built the West Cambridge data center facility. The data center has delivered cost savings in the form of lower power consumption. Scientific research in chemistry, physics and other departments have increasingly decided to adopt the central data center rather than departmental resources.

 

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