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TMCNet:  Long Island IT Consulting Firm, Server Bays, Shares 3 Ways Virtualization Is Beneficial To Your Company

[August 17, 2018]

Long Island IT Consulting Firm, Server Bays, Shares 3 Ways Virtualization Is Beneficial To Your Company

PATCHOGUE, N.Y., Aug. 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The trusted professionals at Server Bays IT consulting on Long Island are always doing their best to ensure your company is on top of the latest technologies beneficial to a business. As part of this mission, Server Bays shares 3 ways that virtualization can be beneficial to your company.

Virtualization is a method of separating a physical computer and its individual pieces from the applications running on it and moving the data into a virtual space. Virtualization allows one server to access multiple resources, a key factor in its benefits for business infrastructure.

Mapped out below are 3 ways virtualization can be beneficial to your company.

Helps increase flexibility and performance. There are many types of virtualization, but all of them allow your business to become more efficient. Allowing access to consolidated data from multiple locations gives your business less data to track, along with fewer servers to run. Both of these factors add on to the efficiency of your network, which will give your business a faster processing speed and fewer operating costs. Businesses benefit from maintaining a team with access to thisconsolidated data because they will be able to recognize when a product is moving through a chain of production, and when team projects are altered, every employee will be well-informed and up-to-date.

Your business can save a ton of money. Though there are upfront costs associated with virtualization, in the long run it saves your business a lot of money. Not only does it have the ability to reduce energy and real estate costs, it avoids an increase in costs if your consumer base significantly grows. Having fewer servers and incorporating virtualization into your infrastructure gives your business the ability to reduce its carbon footprint while increasing its processing efficiency, making your business more productive overall.

Increase email and phone system organization. Virtualization can aid your business further by making physical systems, like phones, more organized, along with digital data, like emails, less cluttered. Having a private cloud of information, a feature of storage virtualization, allows employees to access the same information, without a long email trail of attachments. Virtualization of a phone system may seem foreign, but it will improve the efficiency of your phone calls by directly routing a customer to their requested person, rather than going through the trouble of taking the call and redirecting it manually.

Take advantage of these benefits and more by implementing virtualization into your business's physical infrastructure. Your company will surely obtain the results.

About Server Bays: Founded in 2014, Server Bays LLC is the Island's fastest growing managed service firm. Server Bays LLC provides companies with cost effective custom technology solutions. To date, they have helped several clients achieve a better return on investment. Founder Ryan Yannelli and Vice President Anthony Milazzo bring energy, enthusiasm, and expertise to IT solutions, and their company has quickly earned a 5-star rating.

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