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Virtualization technology—Increase IT efficiency in a mobile-enabled, cloud-ready environment

Virtual desktops and application delivery allows employees to access shared business resources and tools from any mobile device, anywhere in the world.

Virtualization technology allows business to run and share virtual desktops and applications from one central server. Businesses implement virtualization technology to deliver any Windows application to any network user, even remote users, on any operating system, computer or mobile device they are using. For example, using a virtualization technology solution, businesses can deliver MS Office to users on an iPad.

Parallels Remote Application Server (RAS) is an affordable application and desktop delivery software solution that streamlines virtualization technology, making it an accessible network option for organizations of all sizes.

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Virtualization overview

Virtualization basically means to create an abstracted, rather than a logical, version of an operating system, application or data storage. Using virtualization, one piece of hardware can run desktop or application images across multiple devices. Virtualization works by creating a software layer called a hypervisor to mimic underlying hardware on the server. This arrangement allows for greater flexibility, isolation and control than if it were directly dependent on the server's hardware.

Here are the top benefits of virtualization for business network infrastructure:

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