Virtualization Adoption

We all know that Server and Storage virtualisation reduces the datacentre footprint, reduces capex expenditure and IT operational costs but it has evolved over the years and now also improves business continuity, resilience, can assist in disaster recovery preparations and improves automation.

Desktop virtualisation is on route to mainstream adoption, it can help manage your user device evolvement more efficiently, effectively and securely. Network virtualisation can consolidate multiple physical networks into a single virtual network and a single physical network into multiple logical networks, as a result, companies can improve network efficiency, enhance agility, reduce capex and operation costs and simplify manageability, security, scalability and availability.

Virtualisation is not all about cost reduction, by digitising, you can also provide much greater capability for the provision of IT services, especially in the context of high availability and business continuity.