Virtualization Solutions

As your network grows and the infrastructure becomes more complex, it’s easy to become inefficient with your resources and lose out on potential value. But with virtualization, you get more out of your existing software and hardware resources and avoid having to invest in new assets. Virtualization is basically taking one physical server and turning it into multiple virtual servers.

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  • Simplify your physical IT structure and make it easier to manage your growing network.
  • Time spent handling routine IT administrative tasks is reduced, freeing time for other needs.
  • Avoid costly investments into new equipment by maximizing the potential of your existing hardware.
  • Data is automatically backed-up and protected for when disaster strikes.
  • Maintain your business continuity and avoid experiencing downtime on your network.
  • Increase the efficiency of your servers and computers to increase staff productivity.

Technical Details

  • Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012 provides the ability to create a virtualized server environment.
  • Each virtual machine acts as a computer system that operates in an isolated execution environment.
  • Multiple operating systems can run simultaneously on one physical computer.
  • Migration to different hardware, updates, and deployment of software becomes much easier to accomplish.
  • For small server environments (2 to 4 servers), electric consumption can be reduced.

Who Needs IT

Growing businesses with two or more servers who see their network of servers and computers becoming more complex.

For businesses with a complex and outdated infrastructure, virtualization can improve your existing technology and make it possible to retire almost-obsolete systems.