Issue OverviewIT in Europe - August 2011
As more European companies turn to virtualisation to enhance their environments, it is important for them to generate a solid IT roadmap and focus on key areas such as architectural governance, technical design, and how virtualisation fits in with current and future business processes. Most important, they must anticipate disasters and avoid unwanted roadblocks such as vendor lock-in and dried-up funds. Access >>>
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