Implementing new technologies, however, poses challenges for IT. How do you balance consistent, reliable and fast information access for healthcare workers with the need for privacy, security and regulatory compliance? What’s the secret to maintaining a complex IT infrastructure, including aging PC and laptop fleets, with scarce budget and resources? What will it take to ensure that important migrations such as Windows 10 are accomplished smoothly and within budget?
The answer can be as simple as rethinking the endpoint: in a word, virtualization. Not only can virtualization make life easier for your IT teams, it can result in significant cost savings and security improvements. Here are five use cases that illustrate how virtualization can help.