Research Report: The Virtual Public Sector
Virtualization is nothing new. For a number of years, organizations in the public and private sectors have found that the technology provides a more efficient way to manage the delivery of information technology services. But a recent survey by the 1105 Government Information Group shows that, now more than ever, government IT officials are beginning to realize what a difference virtualization can make in their operations. The rate of adoption of server, storage and desktop virtualization continues to rise year over year, and that is not likely to change any time soon. But as virtualization spreads, IT managers also are beginning to realize the technology represents a significant change in how they do business.
Government agencies increasingly are looking to virtualization technology to improve the cost effectiveness of their data centers, according to a new survey.Read More
A recent surge of interest in virtual desktop solutions is being driven by the promise of tighter security and easier manageability, according to a survey.Read More
Virtual servers, which already have a sizable presence in government agencies, are likely to spread even further in the years ahead, a survey finds.Read More
A growing number of agencies are looking to virtual storage to help them deal with increasing demands for storage capacity.Read More
To realize the full benefits of virtualization, government IT departments must learn to think in new ways about the services they provide.Read More