Die Virtualisierung von Servern und anderer Hardware senkt den Energieverbrauch und die Kosten drastisch um etwa 50 Prozent. Darauf weist der Branchenverband Bitkom in einem aktuellen Leitfaden hin. Dort lesen Sie auch, wie Unternehmen Virtualisierung optimal einsetzen können. …mehr
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