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Virtual Servers
As many small businesses continue to grow, the need for additional software and server grows as well. Purchasing an individual server for each task has never made business sense, however combining all systems onto one server has its problems as well. With a single server running all software, if one system goes down, it can often take down the entire system, rendering your operations to a full stop.

With virtualization you can take a single hardware server and divide it up into several servers. This has many benefits, but the primary being that one system can have problems without affecting the other systems within your company.

Some other benefits are as follows:

  • Reduce Costs - With virtualization, you eliminate the need to purchase additional hardware when it comes time to launch new software.

  • Reduce Power Consumption - Having less hardware not only takes less power to operate, but also reduce the cooling load on the room you locate your servers.

  • Protection of Data - Virtualized servers are automatically backed up to additional hard drives.

  • Quick Disaster Recovery - Because the data is backed up as a snapshot of the running system, if hardware fails, reloading the individual servers can happen very quickly.

  • Ease of Provisioning - By virtualizing your servers, new servers can be added for the cost of a few new hard drives. No new physical servers needed. Growing your business doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg!

  • Faster Deployment - New installs can be deployed relatively quickly due to the availability of server templates. These templates allow a new server to be launched with a few clicks of the mouse, instead of the hours of setup a normal server can take.

  • Upgrade Hardware | Keep Legacy Software - Many companies continue to run on older software that will not run on new operating systems. Setting up a virtual server can allow the company to continue to run this older software, but then add the security of new systems for other operations.

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