Desktop virtualization and server virtualization both enhance security, save costs, and are centrally controlled. Desktop virtualization separates the software from the physical thin client device. This enables users to access applications and data over different devices and remotely, if they cannot make it into the office. Desktop virtualization will give employees flexibility within their work day. With all of the software and applications not solely stored on a single device, disaster recovery is another major benefit of desktop virtualization.
Server virtualization divides a physical server into separate, smaller virtual servers. This helps maximize a company’s resources. Day to day production will run smoother by virtually storing a server, up-time will be increased, and it will be easier to recover from sudden server outages.
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