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There have been many relatively recent dramatic improvements in hardware. Factors such as processor speed/design and network capacity appear to be making shortages of hardware resources very pre-2011. Not to mention falling prices that appear to not have hit bottom just yet. But with improving hardware comes higher expectations - and faster, more resource-intensive applications - with the demand for data now now now!
The good news is that there is a solution to this dilemma that works - virtualization. If you want to cut back on resource usage and yet increase performance at the same time, you must use the right data access components. Check out our whitepaper on how virtualization is changing information technology infrastructure. Also, learn how Progress DataDirect ODBC, JDBC, and ADO.NET drivers can help you maximize the benefits of virtualization, and efficient resource usage!
Download the whitepaper here.
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