Hidden IT Costs
You have no doubt thought about how to cut costs in your IT many a time. But usually this is not so easy because savings often mean cutting departments or even having to lay off staff. There are numerous ways to cut costs. There are also a variety of guides and many consultancy firms who deal with it every day.
But it is frequently the little things that lead to very effective and quick savings, like turning off a desktop PC “for real” instead of putting it on the energy-sapping standby mode, or a sustainable configuration of a computer’s power management. And does a screensaver really have to run these days when a computer is not being used?
These are exactly the kind of savings my new study “Hidden IT Costs” addresses. Even in 2012, the phenomenon of files being split up when saved continues not only to cause a significant reduction in system performance, but also creates tangible extra costs for a business. The study sheds light on these issues and tells you how you can reduce these costs – with minimal financial and human investment.
Download a free copy as PDF here
Co-founder and Managing Director of O&O Software