IT in Insurance - Virtual Computing: Delivering desktops -- It's time to think differently

May 2011
Asia Insurance Review;May2011, p25
Trade Publication
The article discusses desktop virtualization in insurance companies. It states that virtualization allows to virtualize applications and operating systems and help to deliver data to clients efficiently. It mentions that information technology (IT) department gains more control over operations and companies benefit due to security as data remains in data center and so possibility of cyber attack is nil. It highlights that hardware costs decrease which results in 20 percent saving.


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