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Peak 10: Virtualization may not be for everyone, but keep discussing it


Well you should discuss every other development that happens around you. Obviously the disruptive ones are hard to ignore.

Anyways here's what they have to say:

“Virtualization is not for everybody but it needs to be part of the discussion” said Monty Blight, vice president and general manager of Managed Services at Peak 10. “Businesses who utilize virtualization typically experience greater efficiency in hardware use, higher rates of availability, reduced scheduled downtime and easier server management.”



Blight and Peak 10 thought leaders have employed various mediums to engage and educate the business community about the wide-ranging benefits of virtualization. In addition to authoring an opinion editorial, Blight moderated a virtualization webcast series earlier this year. To view the opinion editorial, click here. To view the virtualization webcasts, click here.


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