• Has moving applications to the cloud impacted your organization’s TCO and management costs?

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  • Cloud migrations often — but not always — reduce app TCO

    With high hopes for reducing TCO, many enterprises migrate apps to the cloud. But, depending on the app, those cost reductions aren't always in the cards.

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  • COTS servers signal better TCO than converged systems

    Enterprise IT shops have new choices: Converged systems simplify management and scaling, while commercial off-the-shelf servers tailor resources without vendor lock-in.

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  • Woo: Determining ROI, TCO of a cloud backup solution

    In this video, Ben Woo discusses issues that IT admins should consider when they're reviewing options for a cloud backup solution.

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  • TCO analysis: does it work for storage?

    TCO analysis is all the rage, but use with caution—the numbers can be twisted by vendors trying to make a sale.

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  • Linux-Windows TCO contest ‘a wash’ – for now

    Which is cheaper to run: Linux or Windows? Microsoft says the answer is obvious, but users aren't so sure.

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  • Thin client soft costs

    Learn about the hazy subject of thin client soft costs and how to categorize them so you can understand their value and TCO.

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  • Microsoft versus Linux TCO: IT pros sound off, part five

    IT pros relate their experiences with the Microsoft and Linux operating systems. One of the two OSes requires more time and resources to maintain, leaving IT pros with less time to improve systems and serve their customers and organizations, they say.

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  • Microsoft Windows versus Linux TCO, part 9

    No operating system is an island nowadays. So, what happens to TCO when Linux and Windows are used together? Three IT managers weigh in.

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  • 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.

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