Virtualisation refers to the running of multiple operating system environments concurrently on a single computer or hardware source, such as a server. Virtualisation is software that separates infrastructures to create various dedicated resources.
Not only does virtualisation offer the ability to improve disaster recovery and business continuity systems, it can minimise – and in many cases, eliminate – downtime. It has also driven cost savings of up to 70% for some of our clients.
If reducing capital and operation costs, increasing the efficacy of your IT infrastructure, enabling the centralised management of your IT infrastructure and improving your disaster recovery and business continuity processes are of interest, virtualisation is a viable option.