The cloud has evolved from being relatively unknown to becoming one of the most sought-after and deeply integrated technological solutions in recent years. It has revolutionized computing to the extent that many essential business activities are now delivered through cloud platforms.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many business owners are cutting costs and jeopardizing their organization’s efficiency as a result. If you want to avoid this outcome, you should invest in cloud technology. The cloud will not just help you save money, but it will also help your business run more efficiently.
Knowing which technology to use and when to use it is key to boosting productivity and reducing costs. One of the best ways to do this is to virtualize your hardware and software. Let's discuss what that means in practice to help you decide.
What is virtualization?
Virtualization is the creation of a virtual version of a device or resource, anything from a server to an operating system.