Having a single server running within your office makes it easy to store all business-related files and make it possible for employees to access applications, files, and other important data from anywhere else in the world (just as long as the server is connected to the Internet and not on a closed network). While the individual server is a valuable tool for your business, there will be times when it’s best to have separate partitions of the server, where these partitions can run different operating systems or connect to certain programs that may not be fully compatible with the default OS of the main server.
In the past, to do this partition, you would have needed to install a completely separate server and then integrate it with your current setup. The configuration process alone often proved difficult and led to more than a few headaches. Thankfully, that is no longer an issue you need to deal with. Instead, server virtualization makes this easier than ever before. The beauty of this is you can always add new partitions to your server whenever necessary.