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Virtualization: Virtual Iron grabs another customer!

The space is heating up...duh, actually it never cooled down, isn't it?

Virtual Iron Software (www.virtualiron.com), a provider of enterprise-class server virtualization software, today announced that Owen Bird, a law firm in Vancouver, British Columbia, is deploying its virtualization solution across its Windows computing infrastructure. The firm expects significant benefit from the software, including reduction of its server environment by almost two thirds, streamlined management of its computing environment and easy provisioning and set-up of systems for new users.

“We tested out pretty much all of the virtualization offerings before settling on Virtual Iron,” said Stephen Bakerman, IT manager at Owen Bird. “Even if we had the money to go with VMware, I would still go with Virtual Iron. Their feature set is very competitive with VMware. The support is phenomenal and the technology capabilities continue to improve. If you’re looking for something that’s simple to use and easy to get around with, Virtual Iron is the way to go.”

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  1. Wow! It's a news-worthy event when Virtual Iron actually convinces someone to buy their software?

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