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IT budgets 'should focus on best practice' - Open Rack Systems

Businesses using open rack systems in their data storage facilities might have to quickly decide how to spend their IT budgets for the next financial year.

According to IT Governance, companies should spend wisely by focusing on IT best practice as a priority.

Chief executive Alan Calder commented: "As many companies and organisations are now approaching the end of their financial year, the remaining annual budget funds are shrinking daily. How do you spend that limited money intelligently, ensuring maximum benefit for 2011 and beyond?"

In considering a host of difference processes - from compliance regulations to risk management needs, data security threats and the demands of business continuity - "IT best practice becomes the priority", he explained.

In waiting too long to decide how best to spend their budgets, IT professionals may well find their funds are being cut, Mr Calder added.

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