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Businesses are required to show a positive and quick ROI for almost every IT initiative. Both total cost of ownership (TCO) and ROI analysis have been used for the past few years to prove the value of virtualization projects. However, not every firm recovers its investment as quickly as expected.
For example, a business that wants to virtualize, say, 85 percent of its infrastructure might find that, because of limited personnel and financial resources, it’s able to virtualize only 20 percent.
While a situation like this isn’t typical, it pays to consider ways to avoid such pitfalls. Here are some steps to take to make sure your implementation successful: