Shifting To Virtualization

Worthington, Lyle
October 2009
Hospitality Upgrade;Autumn2009, p116
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the shift by organizations to virtual environments as support and management of infrastructure requires alteration. Several types of virtualization include storage, application, and desktop. Areas that need to be understood by an information technology (IT) department include the entire business, all of the users, and needs for every application.


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