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Evolution to Revolution

If you're dealing with device proliferation and underuse as well as the increased support costs and power demands that go hand-in-hand with data center sprawl, virtualization may just be the way to go. While most commonly applied to servers, virtualization is quickly finding its way to other facets of IT, enabling companies to:

  • Minimize IT complexity
  • Lower operating costs
  • Assist in security and disaster recovery
  • Increase responsiveness and flexibility
  • Boost ROI and drive down TCO

To learn more, download this featured white paper from CDW today.

Virtualization: Evolution to Revolution

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Plus, don't miss these related resources from CDW:

CDW Server Virtualization Profiler Tool

Case Study - Getting Started with Virtualization

CDW Services: Comprehensive IT Resources & Management

Video - CDW Services Overview

Video - CDW Configuration Center

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