Get more value and better performance from hardware investments.
As companies grow, their IT infrastructure grows with them: additional servers, more storage, new applications, extra configurations etc. This incremental approach to IT growth can soon grow out of hand as applications and servers begin to take up more space and more time to manage, but deliver less cost and performance benefit over time.
The average physical server in an IT environment, for example, typically operates at less than 20% its CPU capacity. In other words, 80% of your servers are effectively doing nothing for your business. Larger businesses have been using virtualization for over a decade to improve agility and reduce costs. Now small and mid-sized business can also achieve cost savings and improved IT efficiency. Desktop and server virtualization can help companies get more value and better performance from their hardware investments.