How Data Is Affected by Server Virtualization

Staying on the cusp of new technology is essential for any business or organization, regardless of its services. New technology is designed to improve the workflow and performance of individuals inside the work place, as data is transferred between systems and individuals at a lightning pace. One of the latest breakthroughs in data sharing is known a server virtualization. This is a system that allows the sharing of information between users, regardless of their present location or used hardware. This cloud-based service is completely changing the way business data communications is performed on a daily basis.
 
Before server virtualization, individuals had limited windows of opportunity to share and receive pertinent information between employees. At work, this didn’t prove much of a problem, as computers connected to a wired network sent and receive data to one another rather easily, as the network directly linked up all computers to one home base. However, the sharing of information became rather difficult, once someone stepped out of the office. Outside of emails, phone calls and the occasional fax, you just couldn’t send large data files until the desired recipient logged back onto their account. Thankfully though, with server virtualization, it has all changed.
 
Server virtualization is a cloud-based service. This means, all data is stored on a remote server that is accessed via any wireless network. It essentially is a streaming service similar to popular music and video streaming services. As long as you have an Internet connection, it is possible to log onto the network and exchange data between other individuals on the network. With server virtualization, you can gain access to the business data with any wireless device, including laptop computers and mobile phones.
 
When your business decides on a specific server virtualization provider and agrees to their terms and conditions, each staff member receives a specific login and passcode.  This is the same as a wired based network, as it is important to know exactly who is logging onto the cloud server and at what time. This way you can track down possible security break-ins and other issues. With the pass code and log in, the client is then able to access all information uploaded to the service. The data is stored in a virtual hard drive, which the individual is then able to open and view on their Internet based device. This functions in a similar manor when uploading content directly to the server. You or your employee must first log into the server, then select the local files you want to upload to the cloud service. Once selected, the files upload directly to the server, allowing other individuals the ability to access the data.
 
Server virtualization improves the all-around productivity and exchange of business data communications throughout a company or organization. This improvement in data exchange allows you and your employees to freely move outside of the office, which is essential when performing outside business transactions and meetings, so no time is ever lost, regardless of location.
 
RockyNet offers Dedicated Virtual Private Servers (VPS) technologies to allow businesses access to simpler server hosting. The company has control over the infrastructure, routing and redundancy of the servers, monitoring the status and quality continually. These services are perfect for companies looking to host their data in a state-of-the-art data center, while also requiring assistance with support and set-up. Cloud server solutions are customized to fit the needs of your business, instead of using one-size-fits all solutions. Contact RockyNet for a consultation to see if server virtualization is the best solution for you.