Virtualization: New Resources for Security
According to independent private and security research firm the Ponemon Institute, approximately 500,000 laptops are left in airports each year.
Ponemon also estimates that on average, the cost of preventative data security measures is four times less than the cost of a security breach.
Virtualizing operating systems, servers, and applications allow for quicker isolation of problems caused by security breaches (including viruses, spyware and malware), and quicker resolutions with very limited impact to your business processes.
With virtualization, the actual desktop computer, laptop, or even mobile device is just a shell. Since users are not limited to particular devices, new and different hardware can be substituted with ease. The virtual machine can be accessed from any computer, anywhere, anytime.
Virtual applications are self-contained, and virtual machines can be isolated from each other, allowing for a centralized and secure environment. If one machine is infected, the virus won't spread to other machines on the virtual network.
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