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Business units are demanding more services and greater reliability from IT, while also trying to constrain, or even reduce, budgets. In those rare cases where budget is not a constraint, power, cooling, floor space or administration soon become a limiting factor to installation of new equipment. As greater demands are placed on IT for efficiency and productivity, it is becoming more important for IT organizations to adopt more sophisticated methods; in other words, IT management processes must become more "mature." Join Bob Torz, as explains the 5 steps needed to be put in play in order to reach capacity management maturity.