ZAG and VMWare are using virtualization solutions to transform your business
Why does virtualization matter?
Virtualization software allows you to run multiple operating systems or applications on the same physical network at the same time. Instead of requiring dedicated servers to carry out specific tasks or handle specific applications, virtualization allows you to run those tasks and applications on a single server. To put it another way, virtualization frees your technology from the limitations of your physical equipment. Virtualization is often described as a way to increase your IT power while giving you far greater flexibility than you’d have relying on hardware alone.
At the same time, virtualization can cut costs dramatically, eliminating the need for multiple servers and the associated support infrastructure (like expansive server rooms, power supplies, cabling, technicians). How can virtualization benefit your business? Virtualization can benefit your business in many ways, especially for companies experiencing growth helps where it helps deliver scale without investing in a lot of expensive infrastructure. Some of the other benefits of virtualization include:
- Lower operating costs
- Simplified backup and recovery process
- Increased IT agility and responsiveness
- Decreased downtime
- Smaller carbon footprint
Myths and Misconceptions
Cisco is widely acknowledged as an industry leader. Yet, many people assume that Cisco solutions are built for large-scale enterprises and not SMBs or SMEs. This is not true, and in fact you’ll find Cisco solutions to be not only affordable but manageable for small and mid-sized businesses. At the end of the day, our team is here to help you make the right technology decision for your business, whether a billion-dollar enterprise or a smaller, rapidly growing business.
Partnering With ZAG and VMWare
ZAG takes great pride in its partnership with VMWare, an industry leader whose premium products are at the cutting edge of virtualization technology. We partner with VMWare because virtualization is now essential to scaling modern network and server infrastructure.
Our VMware knowledge runs deep. Please contact us to learn more.