Virtualization – Voice & Data
Why pay for multiple servers when you can consolidate operating systems, applications and workloads onto fewer machines?
The concept is transforming how businesses deploy their IT resources. The benefits are too compelling to ignore…
- Reduced hardware costs and energy usage
- Savings on maintenance and management time
- Improved performance of business applications
- Flexible disaster recovery options
- Higher availability throughout the data center
- Improved server-to-admin ratio to lower personnel costs
- Faster deployment of desktops and with fewer support calls
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Virtual Machines can scale across hundreds of interconnected computers and storage devices to form an entire virtual infrastructure. You don’t need to assign servers, storage, or network bandwidth permanently to each application. Instead, resources are dynamically allocated when and where they’re needed.
Virtual Desktops enable users to sign on to a personalized desktop regardless of where they sit and which machine they use! Each session is refreshed with pristine apps and their personal settings and data remain secure.
Even voice applications can be consolidated alongside other business applications in the data center. A virtual software appliance provides call control and real-time media streaming support for voice communications and audio conferencing.
Images of your virtual IP Phone system can be hosted on one or more local servers or at a remote location on your network. This greatly strengthens business continuity and eliminates the cost of networking IP Phone systems to achieve the same result.
Contact us today for more information about virtualizing your voice and data systems, and how this can improve the way you do business.