Virtual Machine Manager DEFINITION: A layer of software that sits between one or more operating systems and a server. It presents each hosted operating environment with the impression that it has its own dedicated server, although in reality a single physical server can simultaneously host multiple OSs.
Based on its evaluation of the virtualization capabilities in PCs with Intel® vPro technology, Atos Origin is planning to add this new technology to the next version of the Atos Workplace solution.
The evaluation showed that EDS could use a dedicated software application, or "virtual appliance," to update software applications, remediate PCs, and restore data for a user OS that had become inoperative.
Read this white paper to learn how built in desktop management can help address today?s key IT challenges such as avoiding malicious attacks, accurate inventory of assets, and the demand for IT services.
Virtualization technology allows enterprises to reduce hardware costs, increase server utilization and deliver scalability on-demand. Learn more about the leading virtualization technologies and the benefits it can bring to today's data centers.
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