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Changing the Game for Antivirus in the Virtual Datacenter

Trend Micro Inc.

From its early experimental applications in the 1960s and 1970s, virtualization was first seriously implemented as a way to control IT capital and operational expenditures through server consolidation. Then in 2005, when Intel and AMD introduced chipsets to specifically support virtual hardware, virtual environments started expanding into line-of-business applications, where they continue to deliver cost efficiency in IT production through resource consolidation. Reducing the cost of IT consistently surfaces in the top 3 list of concerns to CIOs today and as validated by analyst firm, Gartner, virtualization is one of the key enablers to reducing technology costs.

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Published:  Aug 25, 2011
Length:  11
Type:  White Paper
Tags : 
trend micro, antivirus, virtual datacenter, enterprise security, virtual machines, virtualization, internet content security, smart protection network

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