Date Added: Feb 2010
Governments across the country are relying more than ever on IT systems and online services to provide critical services. Not only do these systems increase the efficiency and effectiveness, but they meet an increasingly strident demand from the public for 24/7 access to government. So what happens when a natural disaster, terrorist attack or economic disruption takes down the servers? The next wave of business continuity is powered by the same virtualization technologies being used to save money in datacenters and on desktops today. Virtualization allows organizations to deliver unprecedented availability, data protection and disaster recovery, and can even eliminate planned downtime.