Global Computer Systems offers virtualization services that can dramatically improve the efficiency and availability of applications and resources for your organization. This approach to IT infrastructure helps increase the efficiency, utilization, and flexibility of existing assets while cutting costs. We help our clients achieve this by enabling them to run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine, sharing resources across multiple environments.
As an enterprise VMware partner Global Computer systems offer our wealth of knowledge to our clients. Whether the project is a new NSX installation upgrading a VMware version or exploring virtual desktops Global Computer Systems is there for our customer to guide them through the process and obtain the results that they require. Since we have done these upgrades and Horizon installations many times we have experience with VMware’s best practices and can deploy the solution correctly the first time.
Our virtualization model will enable you to get the most out of existing resources by utilizing features such as memory transparent page sharing, provisioning, and Dynamic Resource Scheduler load balancing for CPU and Memory.
Virtualization also helps businesses both large and small cut their datacenter expenses by reducing physical infrastructure and enhancing the server-to-admin ratio. This means that you will utilize fewer servers and related IT hardware which can significantly reduce costs associated with real estate, maintenance, and power and cooling requirements.
Virtualization is an efficient approach to gain operational flexibility. This means responding to change with dynamic resource management, improved desktop and application deployment, and faster server provisioning.
Furthermore, you can also enhance security and desktop manageability by deploying, managing, and monitoring secure desktop environments that can be accessed by the end-user both locally or remotely on almost any standard desktop, laptop, smartphone, or tablet.
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