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IT managers should pin-point energy savings

IT managers should take responsibility for the environmental impact of their networking equipment on the environment, it has been claimed.

According to Top Tech News, managers can improve efficiency and identify cost savings if they look carefully at their network infrastructure.

The website claims that looking at each individual server rack and server cabinet rather than at the data centre as a whole is an excellent place to start.

Airflow problems can be addressed where they occur, rather than using additional cooling across the whole of the network, it adds.

Top of the site's ten tips for improving the green rating of IT systems is to replace old hardware, followed by reducing clutter and implementing virtualisation.

In related news, Flexicord introduced a new cabling solution at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, which allows leads to maintain their shape no matter how they are arranged.

Supporting HDMI, VGA, S-Video and USB technologies, the company claims the cables will help businesses reduce clutter.ADNFCR-1186-ID-19013640-ADNFCR

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