Eliminate the Server Room to Optimize Your Post-COVID-19 Business

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NYC area IT consultant discusses the problems and costs of on-premises servers, urging readers to eliminate the server room—in a new article from eMazzanti Technologies

Eliminate the Server Room
With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis accelerating the move to cloud computing, businesses that still have onsite servers should consider a decision to eliminate the server room now and post-COVID-19.

A NYC area IT consultant and Cloud services provider urges business leaders to eliminate the server room in a new article on the eMazzanti Technologies website. The informative article presents the problems and costs of maintaining a server room, including direct costs such as electricity and HVAC as well as administration time and lost productivity due to down time.

The author then presents several benefits of eliminating a server room, including numerous business advantages, improved security and greater agility and focus to grow the business. Finally, he suggests options for using the extra space, including renting it out or turning it into flexible working or collaborative space.

“With the ongoing COVID-19 crisis accelerating the move to cloud computing, businesses that still have onsite servers should consider a decision to eliminate the server room now and post-COVID-19,” stated Almi Dumi, CISO, eMazzanti Technologies.

Below are a few excerpts from the article, “Eliminate the Server Room to Optimize Your Post-COVID-19 Business

What to do with the extra office space?

“With an empty server room, you may find that you can generate some cash by renting out the space as an extra office or just available desk space. If it doesn’t work for anything else, you could offer to rent storage space to another company or IT space for their servers and network equipment.”

“The old server room could become a spot for hot desks while increasing your seating flexibility to spread out employees. It might work well as a collaborative space or small meeting room.”

“Make it look nice by decorating the walls with branded décor and colors. Transform the room into café space, a lounge area, or a break-out room for TV and computer games. Or, you could use it to display company trophies and awards. The possibilities for productive use and morale boosting are endless.”

Get Ready for the Return

Everyone wants to survive the COVID-19 crisis and return to prosperity. While it continues, business leaders can boost their productivity to a higher level with fast, reliable, and flexible Cloud services from eMazzanti Technologies.

Cloud servers make it easy to securely access data from anywhere, enabling staff to work through the current crisis and businesses to save money on IT infrastructure, optimize their WFH employees, and become more agile than competitors.

Business leaders that take advantage of this empty office period to eliminate their server rooms can transform the space into something more productive. When it’s time for employees to return to the office, a transformed server room and other COVID-19 productivity improvements from eMazzanti Technologies will infuse new energy into the organization.

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About eMazzanti Technologies

eMazzanti’s team of trained, certified IT experts rapidly deliver increased revenue growth, data security and productivity for clients ranging from law firms to high-end global retailers, providing advanced retail and payment technology, cloud and mobile solutions, multi-site implementations, 24×7 outsourced network management, remote monitoring and support.

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