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Why you should consider VNs

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Virtual networks, also known as VNs, have become commonplace with businesses of all sizes. From small and budding businesses to enterprises, everyone is recognizing the benefits of VNs. By virtualizing your system, you can rapidly improve security, processing, and versatility of your current hardware. Not only that, but it can save you a tremendous amount of money. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider using a VN.

Improved Security

Network virtualization can have a dramatic effect on your digital security if you know how to properly use it. Normally a single server will only have one set of protections, including firewalls and antivirus software. That server will contain all of your information, which makes it particularly vulnerable if someone can get through your security.

With a VN, you can install several networks on a single server. Each server will then serve different purposes and contain different information. Not only does this allow you to include more protection around each server, but it reduces damage if someone does hack the system.

In terms of internal dangers, a VN makes it even easier to set permission levels and keep employees from accessing files that should be denied to them.

Rapid Installation

Your business is growing and needs a new server to accommodate extra bandwidth or data. The traditional pathway to installing a new server requires additional hardware, cables, coding and lots of time to ensure that everything is working properly. While you may need new physical servers every now and then, virtualization largely removes the need for additional hardware.

The reason for this is that a new network can be installed on existing hardware through software. The network is added to a segmented section of your server, completely removing the need for a new server and cables. The whole process takes seconds to hours at longest depending on the size of the network.

Another benefit is that you can install multiple networks to handle more tasks, ensuring that everything is done quicker and more efficiently.

Centralized Technology

The traditional model of setting up and maintaining networks requires the use of multiple machines. This can be problematic for various reasons. First of all, it prevents one person from controlling the whole system since the servers will be in different places. It also creates room for human error as necessary changes made to one machine may not be made to another.

You won't experience this issue with VNs. All of the networks are installed on a single server, meaning that all of the controls can be centralized. This reduces error while also making the job much easier for your IT staff.

Versatility

Every network is made to serve some purpose. It may be that you have more machines and you need a new network for them, or you might need the network to route calls or requests from one area to another. Regardless of the reason, a network gives you the ability to do more with your business.

The traditional route to installation makes it prohibitive to add new networks until they are absolutely necessary. With a VN, you are able to add a network in seconds. You can configure it any way you want with automated software, ensuring that it's set to your exact needs. This allows you to create networks as you need them, no matter how big or small. It also allows you to close those networks if necessary to give more resources to the other VNs.

Conclusion

Virtualization is powerful technology that allows you to fit several networks on a single server. Not only can they be ready in a fraction of the time of traditional networks, but they are versatile in their settings and power. If you want to reduce your overhead while improving efficiency and processing power, then it's time to check out VNs. They will help you do more with much less.

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Why you should consider VNs - Image 1


Virtual networks, also known as VNs, have become commonplace with businesses of all sizes. From small and budding businesses to enterprises, everyone is recognizing the benefits of VNs. By virtualizing your system, you can rapidly improve security, processing, and versatility of your current hardware. Not only that, but it can save you a tremendous amount of money. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider using a VN.

Improved Security

Network virtualization can have a dramatic effect on your digital security if you know how to properly use it. Normally a single server will only have one set of protections, including firewalls and antivirus software. That server will contain all of your information, which makes it particularly vulnerable if someone can get through your security.

With a VN, you can install several networks on a single server. Each server will then serve different purposes and contain different information. Not only does this allow you to include more protection around each server, but it reduces damage if someone does hack the system.

In terms of internal dangers, a VN makes it even easier to set permission levels and keep employees from accessing files that should be denied to them.

Rapid Installation

Your business is growing and needs a new server to accommodate extra bandwidth or data. The traditional pathway to installing a new server requires additional hardware, cables, coding and lots of time to ensure that everything is working properly. While you may need new physical servers every now and then, virtualization largely removes the need for additional hardware.

The reason for this is that a new network can be installed on existing hardware through software. The network is added to a segmented section of your server, completely removing the need for a new server and cables. The whole process takes seconds to hours at longest depending on the size of the network.

Another benefit is that you can install multiple networks to handle more tasks, ensuring that everything is done quicker and more efficiently.

Centralized Technology

The traditional model of setting up and maintaining networks requires the use of multiple machines. This can be problematic for various reasons. First of all, it prevents one person from controlling the whole system since the servers will be in different places. It also creates room for human error as necessary changes made to one machine may not be made to another.

You won't experience this issue with VNs. All of the networks are installed on a single server, meaning that all of the controls can be centralized. This reduces error while also making the job much easier for your IT staff.

Versatility

Every network is made to serve some purpose. It may be that you have more machines and you need a new network for them, or you might need the network to route calls or requests from one area to another. Regardless of the reason, a network gives you the ability to do more with your business.

The traditional route to installation makes it prohibitive to add new networks until they are absolutely necessary. With a VN, you are able to add a network in seconds. You can configure it any way you want with software, ensuring that it's set to your exact needs. This allows you to create networks as you need them, no matter how big or small. It also allows you to close those networks if necessary to give more resources to the other VNs.

Conclusion

Virtualization is powerful technology that allows you to fit several networks on a single server. Not only can they be ready in a fraction of the time of traditional networks, but they are versatile in their settings and power. If you want to reduce your overhead while improving efficiency and processing power, then it's time to check out VNs. They will help you do more with much less.

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