Virtualization is a great way to increase the capacity of your resources while decreasing capital and operating expenses. Many organizations are unsure of where to begin.

In a recent study by CDW, a leading provider of technology solutions, the results of the survey showed that more than 95 percent of businesses that deployed server virtualization saved money. While increasing productivity and reducing energy consumption.

Data storage in today’s business environment has never been more challenging with the increased reliance on information technology.  The information requiring storage is more critical than ever for businesses of all sizes.

The storage capacity requirements for many companies are increasing at astounding rates with costs rapidly exceeding the growth rates for most IT budgets.  In addition to this dilemma, compliance standards and regulations for storage standards are becoming rigorous. And most companies are working with older legacy IT systems.  As a result, backup and restore processes are not meeting requirements, disaster recovery objectives are costlier and do not meet compliance due to the growing number of applications. And dispersed technology increases management overhead.

In today’s marketplace, organizations have become increasingly reliant on IT to improve business productivity and customer retention.  At the same token, many faces with the dilemma of costly legacy IT systems.

The current economic climate has coerced many companies to find ways to reduce IT costs.  For many companies, this can mean a massive undertaking and challenge presents a challenge for IT departments with budgetary restrictions.  With traditional legacy IT systems, cutting costs on IT budgets could mean making do with aging in-house infrastructures which impede business productivity and customer demands for new technologies. The good news is there are ways you can reduce IT costs while gaining access to the latest technologies.