Virtualised IT infrastructure is increasingly being used across a very wide range of sectors, from finance through to fashion and food. It is a virtual computer system that uses software to simulate the functions and systems of hardware to enable multiple apps and operating systems to be run on a single server to leverage economies of scale and efficiency. Virtualised IT has a lot of advantages, especially for smaller businesses with more restricted budgets – these are just a few of the benefits available to any enterprise that opts to virtualise.
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Servnet has provided data storage and data management solutions to companies throughout the UK for the past 15 years, specialising in both on premise, cloud and hybrid-cloud technologies. Our forte is primary storage, backup & recovery, disaster recovery, business continuity and IT infrastructure including all aspects of virtualisation, server technology, hyper-convergence, and networking. Our aim is to deliver customer satisfaction without compromise, within budget and while exceeding client expectations.
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The IT world is constantly evolving to find new ways of making systems more effective and efficient and to produce better results for end users. Hyperconvergence is one of these new ways of thinking that has been developed in response to the vast array of uses for the modern data centre. It is effectively an IT framework that combines functions, such as networking and storage, into one, single hyperconverged system.