Government agencies represent one of the most notable demographics to benefit from implementing cloud servers and virtualization technologies.
In today's highly technical world, organizations are investing in innovative technologies to remain in tow with cultural demands.
Organizations should anticipate chaos in the coming years as data volumes explode.
With the advent of cloud computing and virtualization, IT employees are planning to invest more time and effort into helping their companies take full advantage of these technologies in order to become a bigger asset.
Although virtualization and cloud computing services help companies reduce costs and improve efficiency, the technology also makes business operations much more complex.
The explosion of big data, cloud computing and virtualization will all be major technology trends in 2012, according to a CIO Update report.
Many analysts believe 2012 will be a very disruptive year for IT, as innovations are created and utilized by businesses across a number of industries.
Organizations around the world are experiencing the constricting effect of the down economy on their IT budgets and businesses in Western Europe are no exception.
While cloud computing is being more widely utilized, there is often a slight hesitation when companies look toward virtualization strategies.
In 2012, chief information officers aim to leverage virtualization technologies, as more than 40 percent of survey respondents claimed the services were the top IT priority for their business.
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