There is a unique convergence of technologies occurring in today's business world.
As the private sector grows more competitive, organizations are looking for new technologies capable of enhancing operations, reducing costs and boosting performance.
For several years, enterprises have been migrating data, applications and servers to virtual environments that are not connected to hardware.
Businesses in the United States and Europe are taking full advantage of cloud computing and virtualization technologies to gain a competitive advantage over rival firms and reduce overall IT spending.
As cloud computing and virtualization technologies continue to disrupt the private sector, the server market is undergoing significant changes.
As more companies adopt virtualization and cloud computing technologies, the need to ensure the virtual environments perform up to par grows in importance.
Small and medium-sized businesses around the world are beginning to invest more heavily in virtualization initiatives to accelerate the migration to cloud computing.
A new study by DataCore Software found that IT executives are more concerned with virtualization and cloud performance issues than they were last year.
Businesses today are virtualizing workloads to consolidate infrastructure and improve efficiency, while ensuring services are highly available.
The introduction of virtualization and cloud computing to the enterprise has completely changed the workplace, allowing organizations to make important solutions more readily available without busting IT budgets.
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