System VirtualisationWe help companies to protect essential business information and reduce hardware, maintenance and energy costs.
Allows multiple virtual servers to be implemented within a physical one, thereby maximising its resources. A virtualised environment consists of a pool of resources (CPU, RAM, Disks and connectivity) offered by the physical servers; which are shared and used by the virtual servers that implement them. This allows new servers to be deployed within a short period of time and, in the case of a physical server crashing, the possibility of using other resources to continue operating (high availability)
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI):
It allows virtual desktops to be served to users regardless of their personal computer. This allows for greater business security and minimises the servicing (maintenance) of the network equipment. Additionally, the start-up time of new users is minimised.