3 Compelling Reasons to Consider Desktop Virtualization

End-user computing is changing. Gone are the days when IT provided a single, locked-down, corporate desktop to each user to primarily run Windows applications. Today, end-users expect to: • Move between endpoint devices throughout the day (desktops, laptops, tablets and cell phones) • Stay connected to their professional and personal networks via mobile electronic devices

The CIO’s Strategic Agenda for Small- to Mid-Sized Organisations in EMEA

The most recent Aberdeen Business Review surveyed more than 1,300 respondents, 15% of whom represent small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) based in Europe, the Middle-East and Africa (EMEA). About half of the respondents were line-of-business managers and executives and the other half represented various levels of IT. The CIO and other IT decision-makers working in

Saving Your Servers from Disaster Using VMware Virtualization

In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the key features of virtualization—specifically VMware virtualization solutions—that help defend your datacenter against disaster. Virtualization offers hardware independence—a huge time saver in recovering from a disaster. In addition to this core capability, virtualization provides several other ways to protect your business from server downtime.

Benefitting from Server Virtualization

Think of virtualisation as a strategy rather than a technology. When considering the benefits, don’t look just at the hardware and energy cost savings, but consider business uptime particularly as downtime is virtually eliminated. With these types of benefits, most companies find it easy to justify the cost.