Retailers are finding that computer virtualization can reduce their hardware, maintenance and energy costs while offering new capabilities
Computers are so commonplace that it's easy to become jaded with their speed and power. Yet every so often a new twist on computer technology comes along — something like virtualization — to remind you of their seemingly limitless possibilities. Virtualization, in essence, allows a single physical computer with a single operating system to be subdivided into many “virtual” computers, each with its own operating system. A retailer could use one of those virtual computers to support a new ...
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