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Server Virtualisation

Pool your storage into a single virtual device that can be managed centrally so you can perform tasks like backup, archiving, and recovery more easily and in less time

Why server virtualisation?

Server virtualisation conserves space through consolidation as several machines can be consolidated into one server running multiple virtual environments. It also makes sure resources are maximised, so saving on operational costs (e.g. using a lower number of physical servers reduces hardware maintenance).

Our solution

Our solution is part of a suite of integrated services, including analytics, computing, databases, networking, applications and storage. And you only ever pay for what you need, when you want it. It allows you to backup all your important data in managed datacentres, so if the worst happens and you lose your files & folders, you can quickly and easily restore them from the cloud.

It specifically allows for physical storage to be pooled from multiple network storage devices into a single virtual storage device that can be managed centrally so you can perform tasks like backup, archiving, and recovery more easily -- and in less time.

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