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Technology is about many things, but one of its most important characterisitics is the ability to increase speed and productivity. In that spirit, server virtualization carries the torch well.
Server virtualization lets businesses deploy infrastructures faster and more efficiently, which in turn, increases uptime, security and flexibility. It also saves on space because one physical server can now host numerous virtual servers.
BizTech magazine has server virtualization covered. In this guide, you'll find interviews with IT teams at real businesses and read their experiences with virtualization deployments. In addition to these case studies, you'll find survey results from the CDW Small Business Server Virtualization Roadmap and a story about SMBs' migration to virtualization.
Server virtualization is no longer solely the domain of large enterprises.
Server virtualization decreased maintenance and increased uptime for this railroad holding company.
This ecological restoration company found IT renewal by deploying a virtualization solution.
This healthcare software firm was able to reduce the amount of time spent on maintenance.
Seeking more agility to accomodate its websites, Curse turned to virtualization.
Companies find important cost savings and management benefits from this infrastructure technology.