Literally any organisation running multiple servers could benefit from operating a virtualisation platform. Put simply, virtualisation allows you to create multiple virtual servers within a single physical server. With each virtual server capable of running a separate application, you can make better use of server capacity.
Virtualisation isn’t just for applications, it can work at a desktop level too. For example, it’s possible to load multiple operating systems on to a single server, which individual users can access with their broadband or 4G connection. This simplifies the updating of operating system software and reduces the strain on desktop management.