By now, you’ve likely heard a lot about the benefits of virtualization. But is your company ready to take advantage?
Many data centers may be in need of an upgrade to the power system. But before making a big overhaul, there are some things IT can do to stretch the life of the current infrastructure.
When companies implement server virtualization, there’s a key element many neglect to plan for:
Early numbers indicate most IT departments will have some extra cash to work with in 2011. Where will they spend it?
The recession caused a rare drop in IT budgets, but things are returning to normal for most companies.
What’s the number one problem that keeps virtualization deployments from working as well as they should?
While many IT departments are happy with the results of their Windows 7 upgrades, they probably weren’t too thrilled about the upgrade process itself. One way to make the ordeal easier:
While organizations are turning to server virtualization to reduce costs, Microsoft recently told IT departments they shouldn’t necessarily expect a huge benefit from desktop virtualization.
According to recent research, more businesses are turning to virtualization to save on IT infrastructure costs.