Virtualisation- Are you missing out?
The introduction and growth of virtualisation technology has been rapid and dramatic. In certain circumstances, not utilising this resource means missing out on huge benefits.
To stay ahead a business must perform at maximum efficiency. Particularly in this digital age, technology has become an essential tool in the fight to remain relevant and competitive. Therefore, Virtualisation will continue to grow in importance as we place ever increasing demands on systems whilst trying to reduce business expenditure. Subsequently, being able to fully optimise the resources you have as your company reinvests for the future, marks the difference between static results and being able to expand.
Furthermore, how efficient are your servers? Generally, most server systems are under-utilised with estimates indicating that an average Windows server is running at only around 15% utilisation and UNIX environments at about 20-30%. Virtualisation is a method of running multiple independent virtual operating systems on a single system. Namely, it enables the use of maximum physical resources to maximise the hardware investment. Consequently, this reduces the majority of hardware and maintenance costs, resulting in significant savings for any organisation.
Thus, as your bottom line grows, we can advise on how to increase and modernise your technology in order to get maximum return on investment. Regularly increase your IT infrastructure at the same pace as your business growth.
In brief, run multiple operating systems and multiple applications enabled on the same server at the same time. Thereby, reduce your costs and boost your productivity and bottom line. In addition, as if that isn’t awesome enough, it also assists when choosing cloud services you wish to access and assists with privacy and security. So then, what are you waiting for?
In conclusion, Nybble can evaluate your system requirements and see if virtualisation is of benefit to you. Virtual server migration is becoming an increasingly requested service. Call 01254 673806 to arrange for your server analysis and see how your servers are performing.