Virtual Environments are Different from Physical Environments

Virtual Environments are Different from Physical Environments

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Virtual environments add their own set of risks and need to be managed separately from purely physical environments. Thankfully, this e-guide produced by the independent team of editors at SearchServerVirtualization.com details how to effectively manage these virtualized environments and overcome complexity and other challenges. Read on now to learn how to achieve benefits like improved density, enhanced capabilities for automation and more.

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Vendor:
SearchDataCenter.com
Posted:
19 Dec 2012
Published:
19 Dec 2012
Format:
PDF
Length:
7 Page(s)
Type:
eGuide
Language:
English
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