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65 CDWG.com | 800.808.4239 2 Audit data centers for energy efficiency. With the organization's goals clearly defined, IT managers are ready to audit their operations. e resulting data will help internal staff and solution providers understand the current state of power management in the facility, identify problem areas and point to new technologies and best practices that can have a positive impact. "We bring in trained professionals to walk through the building, access what's there and make recommendations," says Jack Pouchet, vice president of business development for hyperscale solutions at Emerson Electric, a vendor of power management and cooling systems. One common problem the pros will look for is so-called ghost servers, machines 1 Build the business case. Before launching a new energy- efficiency plan, IT managers should build a business case for new investments to garner C-level support and demonstrate the benefits the organization will see from its investments. Cost savings will be among the most convincing justifications, and the U.S. Department of Energy's Federal Energy Management Program provides a range of resources that can help make the case. e FEMP site offers buying advice for energy-efficient products and publishes a link to an office equipment cost calculator that IT administrators can download to help them estimate cost savings they'll see when using ENERGY STAR-approved computers and office equipment.