The City of New York became the latest government body to take aim at data center sprawl when it announced last week that it was going to overhaul its data center infrastructure.
The city announced that it will embark on a comprehensive overhaul of data infrastructure at 40 city agencies. The end goal is to modernize and consolidate operations, which the city believes could save it up to $100 million over five years.
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