Desktop and Server Virtualization
Reduce Your Hardware Footprint
Virtualization allows you to run multiple devices on a single server. For example, instead of having unique servers for singular solutions, such as email, active directory, and running line-of-business applications, they can be combined into a single machine.
This reduces the amount of hardware you need to maintain, the amount of electricity it takes to run, and the time it takes to keep everything running smoothly. All in all, virtualization can reduce the total cost of hardware and ongoing maintenance across your IT infrastructure.
Increase IT Flexibility
Beyond just decreasing your IT footprint, virtualization empowers your IT department to move and deploy virtual resources without needing to touch physical hardware. Test servers can be rolled out, virtual environments can be restored and deployed quickly, and systems are no longer confined by the hardware they are initially installed on.
This can include desktop environments too, provisioning your users with a fast desktop experience from any device, from anywhere with a good Internet connection.
Gain IT Redundancy
Virtualized systems are easier to migrate and move, and thus easier to backup and re-deploy. An entire office of virtualized servers and desktops can be deployed on new hardware and dished out to all users with a fraction of the time and effort. Our IT experts are heavily certified in virtualization solutions, such as VMware, Citrix, and Microsoft Hyper-V, and can help your organization reduce overhead while gaining the flexibility it needs to stay competitive and mobile.
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