5 common ways virtualization fails

5 common ways virtualization fails

Virtualization has become common place in small to medium size businesses. After all, the idea of moving physical systems to virtual ones that not only usually costs less but also allows owners to get rid of physical hardware, makes it an appealing option.

Virtualizing your business

Virtualizing your business

Running a small/mid-sized business can be just as daunting as operating a large enterprise. If you are ambitious to improve your business, then virtualizing your systems might be just the development you’re looking for. Aside from being a cost-effective solution, virtualization can also boost the efficiency of your enterprise’s IT infrastructure.

Cloud and virtualization 1 and the same?

Virtualization_Dec02_AOne of the most popular tech terms of the past year, and more, is ‘the cloud’. It seems like businesses the world over are not only interested in finding out more, but are now starting to integrate it into their work environments. When you hear experts talk about the cloud, they often also mention virtualization.

5 business functions to virtualize

Virtualization_Oct16_AVirtualization is the creation of a virtual version of a physical technological service or solution. While this concept can be seemingly complex, it does bring benefits to companies, especially small businesses, that can’t be passed up. If your company is curious about moving your systems to a virtual environment, it can be a little confusing as to which should be moved.

Define: 4 types of virtualization

Virtualization_July15_ATechnical systems and devices are among the most important tools of any business. The problem with technology though is that it can be expensive to purchase and maintain. Sure, it’s often a worthwhile investment, but many businesses simply cannot afford to replace or upgrade their tech on a regular basis.

7 popular virtualization terms

Virtualization_June19_AThe vast majority of small to medium businesses rely on technology to be able to work, but lack the budget to upgrade to new systems when something better comes along. That’s why the idea of virtualizing existing systems – moving them from a physical location to a digital one – is so appealing.

Virtualization: 5 benefits you may enjoy

Virtualization_May22_AComputing power has more or less doubled every two years, and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. While our computers are becoming increasingly powerful, it simply isn’t feasible for many small to medium businesses to update their hardware or systems every couple of years.

5 tips on server virtualization

In many tech circles the idea of virtualization – moving physical elements of existing business components onto virtual solutions – is a popular one. Among the different types of devices that can be virtualized, servers are the most common, and for many businesses the easiest and cheapest to go virtual.