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Special Report: A Virtual Infrastructure: Whitepaper

Agencies have to invest in order to achieve the kinds of efficiencies in their operations that both administration and congressional authorities are constantly demanding from them. Virtualization, with its inherent promise of being able to do more with the technology that’s available, is an option whose attraction is increasingly obvious. Although virtualization has been around as a concept for a long time, it’s only begun to proliferate in government as a result of mandates such as the Office of Management and Budget’s Federal Data Center Consolidation Initiative (FDCCI), launched early in the Obama administration’s first term. Budget pressures and other requirements, such as the need for agencies to boost teleworking, are now putting a focus on other technologies such as desktop and application virtualization. Download this in depth special report for more insight into Virtual Infrastructure.

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