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Businesses recognise that virtualisation can provide eco-friendly computing solutions, according to a recent poll.

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29 May 2008
 
Businesses recognise that virtualisation can provide eco-friendly computing solutions, according to a recent poll.

The survey, which was carried out by IT service provider NetBenefit among delegates at the Internet World show in London, revealed that while one-third think virtualisation is an essential part of their business, 67 per cent are unsure about the hosting technology.

Some 68 per cent said they recognised the green benefits of the facility, while 30 per cent said they already use it as part of their IT strategy.

Jonathan Robinson, chief operating officer at the firm, said: "This poll has demonstrated the rising interest in virtualisation which we believe people will be hearing a lot more about over the next 12-18 months.

"As well as providing increased resource sharing and utilisation advantages, virtualisation is becoming an attractive option to businesses looking to improve their carbon footprint."

Earlier this week, telecommunications giant BT claimed that UK businesses should listen to the wishes of their employees and consider flexible working policies.




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