The 48HourPrint.com company is switching to recycled paper that’s made right in the U.S., taking a nice step in the direction of going green and also doing its part to stimulate the nation’s lagging economy.
…psst data center operators:
Roof for let: Local tariffs could aid new solar development – SmartPlanet
Looking for a new source of income for your business? Why not consider renting your roof to a solar development company?
That’s what distribution company ProLogis has just done in Spain, in partnership with San Francisco solar company Recurrent Energy.
Virtualization: Tips for avoiding server overload – Computerworld
Virtualization vendors may still be touting the potential of putting 20, 50, or even 100 VMs (virtual machines) on a single physical machine, but IT managers and industry experts say those ratios are dangerous in production environments, causing performance problems or, worse, outages.
All of the companies we spoke with noted significant write speed issues with Samsung’s 32nm flash. The problems are so bad that these SSD makers are unable to use them in their SSDs, which means that they have to source chips from other flash manufacturers like IM Flash Tech and Toshiba.
Microsoft Chicago Data Center Container Bay – Microsoft
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