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There’s plenty of opportunity for disorganization in a data center. After all, it can be a source of lots of activity, with equipment (and even people) regularly being added or moved. Whether it’s something as simple as moving a few cables around for better management or something as complex as changing the entire layout of your data center, there are many ways to improve organization and prevent messes or potential outages related to an inefficient design.
We’ll walk through a few examples designed to help you get your data centeron the right track and prevent future organizational issues.

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Published: March 22, 2013
Last Revised: April 9, 2013

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