As Microsoft Dynamics Customers Upgrade, More Recognize Benefits of Server and Application Virtualization
Whether the economy is booming or tanking, businesses still have the same goals-to get as much for their dollars as possible.
And one way organizations upgrading to the latest versions of Microsoft Dynamics applications can do that is by moving from physical to more consolidated virtualized environments.
"Virtualization means a couple things and what most people think of is Microsoft's Hyper-V and its [competitor] VMware," said Robert Helm, an analyst at Directions on Microsoft. "The technology allows you to run applications inside virtual machines that can be moved around among physical machines."
Helm said there are a couple things Microsoft's virtualization technology can do for a Dynamics customers.