Clean Up Your (Server) ROOM!

Worthington, Lyle
July 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2009, p150
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of server administrator management on virtual local area network (LAN) and the concept of virtualization in hospitality industry. Several virtual machines are developed through hypervisor and server's hardware of the software vendor on security policy and long term cost savings. Moreover, virtualization secure electronic mails and data security in operating system and hypervisors.


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