Date Added: Oct 2009
Organizations today face challenges that require a new approach to how IT is conceived and implemented. They need a dynamic infrastructure that reduces costs and generates more business value while managing risk to the company's information. Virtualization is an important part of this, unchaining logical resources from physical elements and redelivering them in a fluid fashion - whenever and wherever the organization requires them. Many high-value business benefits follow: higher hardware utilization, higher uptime, lower energy costs, and faster IT response to business units.