You can buy pretty much anything from Sears, but we doubt it's your first-choice destination for server capacity. That's likely to change if Ubiquity Critical Environments, the company's IT infrastructure arm, gets its way. The outfit is considering turning old Sears Auto Centers into server farms that'll offer services to mission-critical IT projects for enterprise customers. Guess it's high time we learned how to do our own oil changes.
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