Towards virtualization: A competitive business continuity.


Tuncay Ercan

The ultimate goal of all businesses no matter in which sectors they operate is to maintain their profitability and growth. There is a relationship among the capital, investment, and the personnel in order to achieve objectives for the performance of the organizational systems and it must be maintained without any deterioration. Companies have a chance to compete with other firms in the national and international arena through this relationship, and of course within the limits specified by their capitals. The level of success targeted with the suitable investments, qualified personnel and the capabilities of today’s technology is possible for today, at least with a fixed capital for a certain period of time in this relationship. Companies can provide many benefits by using and managing the capabilities offered by virtualization. In this study, we present the results of a survey conducted in 100 small and medium-sized companies in the transportation and services sectors located in Izmir (Turkey). The analysis of this survey will enable a better understanding of virtualization services and motivate especially Information Technologies (IT) staff as a detailed framework for the companies working in different industrial sectors.

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