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"Our solutions design services now include storage virtualisation architectures, allowing the advantages of virtualisation to extend to storage platforms. Our clients will be able to benefit from designs that optimise and leverage storage in concert with their desktop and server virtualisation investments," said Tony Wilkinson, TAS Managing Director. "We've chosen the Beyond Boundaries virtualisation Roadshow to feature this element of our practice because it tends to draw a progressive, VMware savvy group that will be highly receptive to ways that they can improve upon and extend the benefits that they are currently achieving through virtualisation."

Technical Architecture Solutions (TAS) is a vendor neutral IT architecture design and services integration company. TAS understands IT technologies and knows how to make these work to purpose in your enterprise.


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