A report out today has hinted that although it is a great benefit being green and investing in environmentally friendly IT kit, businesses could actually be putting their datacentre at risk at the same time.
Because of the demand on the uninterrupted power supply (UPS) caused by green IT kit, entire systems could fail and fall over, leaving us all doomed [this report claims].
However drill deepter beyond the scaremongering headline and the report, handily compiled by physical installation company on365.co.uk, claims that (surprise, surprise) if the products are installed correctly this problem can be avoided.
So it is not bad to be green, as long as you use on365.co.uk to install your new greener system. Brilliant.
The thing that annoys me with these reports is not only the self serving message of them, but the way they try and scare readers into investing in their technology.
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