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Why You Need to Upgrade from vSphere 5 to 6.5

Published on 03 April 18

Any big office with large numbers of computers risks a real leak in their digital efficiency. The fact is, if you’ve got a number of computers in one place, and a limited, older server system holding everything together, you’re going to have efficiency problems.

With many companies utilising only 23% of their overall digital storage ability and potential, putting software like VMware vSphere 6.5 to use has never been more important.

Not only does it allow you to manage, streamline and optimise your whole digital infrastructure, but there’s a newer, better version out now; version 6.5. Building on previous versions shortcomings, it allows far greater levels of control, intuitiveness and security.

Upgrading needn’t be difficult either, especially not with so many dedicated consulting companies out there, as well as it being so straightforward.

The fact is, if you want to stay ahead of the game, you need the best tech you can afford for your office, and software is a huge part of that. Allowing your employees to work in the best, easiest and most streamlined way possible, with heavy cloud usage will set you apart. Here’s why you should upgrade to vSphere 6.5.

The Value of VMware vSphere

We all know that one of the key elements of growing and developing a business is maximising efficiency and challenging wastefulness. That’s exactly what the right VMware vSphere software can do for you, by making sure none of your computing power is going to waste, and everything is as streamlined as possible. In order to do that though, you need the best possible software.

Remain Competitive

The fact is, businesses with dated or obsolete hardware, tech and software inevitably fall behind. Costs rise, while competition costs fall. You need the latest and best software and hardware in order to keep up with the competition. Upgrading is a vital part of keeping up.


While earlier versions of VMware vSphere did have passable security, and weren’t particularly a weak point, can you really bet your businesses net safety of that? When it comes to business, you need the best protection you can get from hackers and cybercrime, and version 6.5 steps up that security.

Simpler to Use

If you don’t have to waste time and effort training and getting used to software, you’re going to be using it to do amazing things much quicker right? Saving time, and money? That’s the case with version 6.5.

Earlier versions had a more convoluted layout and less intuitive design, which the new update has nixed by simplifying and rethinking. This means that it’s much easier to get a handle on how the software works, and getting it all moving as soon as possible.

How to Upgrade

When it comes to upgrading, it’s a pretty simple operation, just a case of uploading to the correct machines, running and checking all your other software and hardware are correct. Most IT departments will have zero problems.

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