Optimize your IT investment
Is your technology taking up valuable office space? Do you dream of implementing new IT but lack the space? The solution is Virtualization from On-Site Computers, offering capabilities that enable you to separate your IT resources from your in-house environment. That means you can actually do more with less, because your technology will be delivered to you via the Internet, instead of taking over your office.
By virtualizing your in-house technology, you’ll be able to access more IT, more memory and more software than is physically installed in your office, because it’s all hosted by On-Site Computers offsite. Virtualization techniques can be applied to many aspects of your business IT, including networks, storage, laptop and server hardware, operating systems and applications.
That means you can free up more space in your office and on your hard drives, while we take care of your most important IT assets for you.
Virtualization from On-Site Computers enables your business to:
- Improve application performance – withrapid provisioning and dynamic load balancing
- Quickly become fully functional after a disaster – with simplified data recovery solutions
- Increase utilization – by consolidating your servers
- Go green – lower your electricity bill with fewer servers
Virtualization technologies provide space and distance between computing, storage, networking hardware and the applications they support – so you get more advanced technology without having to install more equipment.
Best of all, implementing a virtual infrastructure in your business is a smooth and effortless process, because using your computers will be no different. Once your Virtualization solution is active, your administrators can coordinate pooled resources across your business, freeing IT managers to be more responsive to changing market needs and make more efficient use of infrastructure investments.
See how Virtualization solutions from On-Site Computers can propel your business to greater success.
Mike Bowe | Published on May 20, 2019