• Creating an information management strategy for high ROI, low TCO

    In a book excerpt, consultant William McKnight frames a plan for building and managing an effective information architecture to benefit the business.

    ITKE62,455 pointsBadges:
  • Linux vs. Windows TCO: Complex issues, no easy answers

    Figuring out the total cost of ownership (TCO) for Linux versus Windows for any given application is not a simple matter.

    JAmbrosio305 pointsBadges:
  • Domino makes strides in TCO battle with Exchange

    As recently as three years ago, Exchange beat up on Domino in a total cost of ownership battle. A new report, however, shows the tides are turning.

    Eric Parizo1,890 pointsBadges:
  • Hidden virtualization costs: Hardware upgrades, security and more

    Network and storage hardware upgrades, security products and training are some of the hidden virtualization costs that can throw off your TCO/ROI calculations.

    SteveBige012,200 pointsBadges:
  • Mainframe TCO getting more bang for the buck, analyst report says

    The cost of owning a mainframe has dropped in the last five years due to lower hardware and software licensing costs, plus benefits such as consuming less real estate and power.

    Mark Fontecchio2,930 pointsBadges:
  • Server consolidation benefits include lower TCO

    While administrative and support costs raise your total cost of ownership, simple server consolidation can lower TCO.

    ITKE62,455 pointsBadges:
  • Tom Pisello: How to lower TCO in your Windows environment

    Tom Pisello's "How to lower TCO in your Windows environment" session from Enterprise Windows Decisions 2003.

    ITKE62,455 pointsBadges:
  • How should CFOs calculate the TCO of SaaS software?

    Expert Hyoun Park explains why thinking of a SaaS software investment in terms of TCO isn't the most important consideration.

    Unified Communications ATE660 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 10

    Pro-Windows readers share the reasons why they go with Bill Gates and Co. and not Linux or Unix.

    ITKE62,455 pointsBadges:
  • Running Windows applications on Linux could lower TCO

    SearchWindowsManageability found out how running Windows on Linux can improve desktop management and lower hardware upgrade costs significantly.

    ITKE62,455 pointsBadges:

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