Virtual Upgrade & Data Center Expansion

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A Virtual Upgrade and Expansion: Stanley Electric Wouldn't Let the Lights Go Out

When the IT Systems Engineer at Stanley Electric realized that their current infrastructure and virtualization environment were out of date, it was time to upgrade.  They were using out-of-date software and unable to increase their virtual servers because of the limits in their infrastructure.

Get the inside scoop on how Stanley Electric brought new life to their data center - read on as Michael Lawson, IT Systems Engineer, discusses the specific upgrades, the planning stages, knowledge gained, and the end result.

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