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Server Virtualisation 

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Desktop Virtualisation 

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What underlies both endpoint and data center virtualisation is something quite important: a move away from managing devices and toward managing data. The abstraction to a virtual machine environment should let IT architects think less about hardware and more about who accesses what data and how they access it. It's a profound change that moves us from managing unimportant stuff (servers, laptops, and phones) toward managing what is important: information.

Virtualisation is the pooling and sharing of technology resources, including servers, storage and networking. Through virtualisation, resources can be allocated dynamically across your organization’s applications and processes.

In a virtualized environment, the logical functions of computing, storage and network elements are separated from their physical functions.Elements from these pools can then be manually or automatically allocated to meet the changing needs and priorities of a business.These concepts can be applied broadly across the enterprise, from datacenter resources to PCs and printers.

Through virtualisation, people, processes and technology work together more efficiently to meet increased service levels. Since capacity can be allocated dynamically, chronic over-provisioning is eliminated and your entire IT infrastructure is simplified.

Virtualisation helps your organization transform its IT environment to an Adaptive Infrastructure. It enables you to deliver applications and business services more quickly, put unused data center capacity to work on business priorities, and enhance availability, continuity, and security.

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