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Private Clouds for the Not-So-Large

September 28, 2011 No Comments

The march of advanced technologies from high-end systems and users to the low end is inevitable. And though for a while it seemed that virtualization and the cloud would break that mold, some of the latest releases suggest otherwise.

Both the cloud and virtualization work hand-in-hand to consolidate physical infrastructure and at the same time expand available resources. So it follows that as virtualization makes its way to the SMB market, the cloud would follow suit.

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