How to Protect Your Virtual Infrastructures

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You wouldn’t be entirely wrong in assuming that the security practices and policies you apply to your physical infrastructure can be transferred to your virtual. But you need to be aware of the complications of virtual infrastructure security. Learn about a solution that can help overcome the challenges of virtual networks, to back up for disaster recovery, better consolidate your servers, and reduce energy requirements.

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