Virtualisation

Do more with less by transforming your hardware into software. By making your data centre more dynamic, more flexible and more efficient you can create a smarter, more sustainable way of working.

Less is definitely more

With VMware’s virtualisation solutions you can become much more energy and cost efficient by running applications virtually through servers rather than hardware. At ITogether we’ll work with you to integrate VMware with your overall IT infrastructure, so you can enjoy the following benefits right away:

  • Less physical equipment
  • Less power used
  • Less cooling
  • Less software
  • Less hassle
  • Less risk
  • Less downtime

With Virtualisation you’ll also benefit from disaster recovery, protecting you against natural disasters and human error.

To talk to us about how we can help you with virtualisation, please call 0113 341 0123 or click here and we’ll call you. Or you can email us at hello@itogether.co.uk

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