When you’re choosing a hypervisor for your clients, you need to consider a number of elements to ensure that the solution you choose is the most suitable for them. These should include what is offered by the hypervisor solution, how secure it is, and what features are in place to manage multiple VMS.
Your clients will look to you as their IT provider to give them the best possible backup and storage solutions to prevent downtime and to keep their data secure. A virtual backup system is an effective method of carrying out both of these functions. Many businesses are beginning to move towards the idea of virtualisation to provide selective access to all the data they need, and ensuring that it is protected against data breaches.
More than ever organisations are needing to migrate core IT services such as Microsoft Active Directory and Exchange to new domain infrastructures (“cross-forest” migrations).
The reasons for this are many – quite often organisations have been subject to merger or acquisition over the last few years but IT budget constraints have meant that there has been no scope to integrate the constituent companies’ core IT services.