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IT modernization project makes

By Digital Edge Bureau, 22.11.2014, 07:30
 

The opportunity to save money, power and space is driving a multi-campus infrastructure modernization project within North Carolina Community Colleges (NCCC), a network of 58 institutions serving more than 800,000 students. So far 14 colleges throughout the state have upgraded to new servers that are more energy efficient, use less space and deliver higher performance than the systems they’re replacing.

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