How to make the business case for virtualization

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Achieving the Business Case in Virtualization for our readers' benefit.

This free Info-Tech report points out potential false vendor claims and helps IT admins prove a business's fit with virtualization and demonstrate cost savings and cost avoidance.

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This was first published in October 2007

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