Optimising your IT infrastructure
With IT departments under more pressure than ever to save money without delaying or cancelling planned projects, it can be easy for IT managers to feel like their hands are tied.
The good news is that optimising the IT infrastructure can make budgets go much further and make a real difference to the business by utilising existing resources.
Many businesses are already seeing significant improvements to their IT performance as a result of adopting virtualisation technology. One such example is Fox Valley Orthopaedic Institute, who successfully increased network reliability and performance by 50 per cent by implementing Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-VTM.
Since deployment, they have been able to quickly and effectively lower their total cost of ownership, with higher network reliability and increased server performance. Among many improvements to their infrastructure, their people are benefiting from:
50 per cent increase in network reliability/availability
30-40 per cent increase in network throughput
75 per cent reduction in remote management costs
Server management time reduced by two hours per week
Application deployment time reduced by two hours
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