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New wave of virtualisation

Virtualisation is integral to making a whole load of IT priorities happen, from security to digital transformation. Ian Campbell finds out why

8th April, 2018
Antonio Pogliani, head of hosting and managed services at Viatel

In an age where IT conversations are mostly about cloud, everything-as-a-service and digital transformation, it’s easy to forget that powerful technologies are under the bonnet making the magic happen. Principal among them is virtualisation.

Large numbers of organisations used it to impose new levels of control over their IT estates over a decade ago, abstracting software from server hardware with virtual machines, shortcutting the process of developing and launching new products and services....

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