If hosting your hardware, software, and infrastructure is a drain on company resources, virtualization may help.
At Compass Solutions, we can help you review your options and determine whether cloud virtualization solutions can help you save time and money.
What Is Virtualization?
Traditionally, companies would host their own servers, operating systems, desktops and more on-site. Users then access these via direct, local connections, and the IT team would supervise system management and upkeep.
Virtualization takes any or all of these same systems and hosts them in the cloud. Users then access them through remote connections and the hosting provider manages the uptime.
What Can Virtualization Offer?
No matter whether you choose to migrate some or all of your technologies to the cloud, these benefits can make a big difference:
When your IT department no longer needs to manage your systems in-house, they’re available for other projects. Virtualization can also help you save money that would’ve been spent on on-premise technology at all of your branches.
Hardware power, maintenance, and cooling can be a significant drain on your energy bills. Let the cloud virtualization provider take on that cost so you can reduce your business’ carbon footprint.
Hosting your systems in the cloud can result in reduced downtime from outages, improved monitoring and protection, and quicker disaster recovery.
Improved mobility and productivity.
Your employees will be able to access your cloud virtualization operations from any of your locations, or even when traveling. When your team can work from anywhere, you can see more efficiency.
Gain access to different solutions.
Virtualization can take hardware-dependent tools, like operating systems, and make them accessible on other devices. Cloud access also makes it easier for you to integrate solutions from different providers that fit your unique needs.
If you’re curious about how you can benefit from virtualization, contact Compass Solutions today. We can help you analyze the impact of your current hosting on your environment and make an informed decision.