Do more with less
Today’s business leaders and IT managers are being asked to do more with less. Fortunately, there are many technology options that can improve efficiency and increase value – and virtualization is at the top of the list.
For IT today, there is little question of IF you should virtualize, it is really a question of HOW you should. Choosing the right type of virtualization, the right vendor and the right hardware can be a complex and daunting task. Our process covers every stage from vendor definition and selection, capacity planning, architecture and design, implementation, documentation and delivery.
NW-TS can help you leverage virtualization in your IT environment, allowing you to do more with less by centralizing administrative tasks, cutting costs, and improving scalability and workloads.
Expertise is essential
Our technical consultants have virtualization expertise on all three market-leading platforms – Microsoft, VMware, and Citrix. This expertise enables us to deliver an end-to-end virtualized solution, and ensure that your virtualized environment is not only the right one for your business but is designed for stability, scalability, security, interoperability, and disaster recovery.
- Design: The key to a successful virtual environment is a strong design that is driven by your business objectives and meets your technical needs.
- Deployment: Installation and configuration of the virtual environment requires a deep understanding of virtualization, networking, storage, and server technologies.
- Performance Tuning: We properly tune your environment to ensure the best performance without wasting valuable resources.
- Management: NW-TS offers a complete solution that includes 24x7 monitoring, management, reporting, and remediation of the virtual environment.
A Virtual Strategy
Whether you need to make your environment more efficient, improve availability, reduce your server footprint, or migrate a critical legacy application from outdated hardware, virtualization is something you should consider. Which virtualization strategy is right for your organization?