The U.K. is the latest country to adopt a government-backed IT migration plan that aims to dramatically speed up its IT infrastructure by moving to virtualization.
The move is aimed at improving productivity, improving efficiency and streamlining IT projects, while at the same time making sure the nation’s national IT assets are secure.
The U.k. plans to deploy the technology in 2021 and 2022, with the first deployment in 2021.
In 2022, the government will be deploying virtualization technology to all government agencies and public agencies.
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Britain’s Ministry of Defense and the National Audit Office, which oversees government IT investments, have both issued a joint report that recommends government IT use of virtualization to cut costs and improve efficiency.
The report also points to the importance of the use of data centers as a way to boost productivity and streamline IT projects.
In a statement, a spokesperson for the U-K.
government said:”It is a great honour to be included in the report that has been commissioned by the British government to improve the efficiency and productivity of the UK’s IT workforce.
It is a matter of great pride that we have become a global leader in digital transformation.”
The U-Bahn, which is part of Germany’s Bundesbank, is planning to introduce virtualization for its IT operations in 2021, while the state of Utah has also started to deploy virtualization and is preparing for a larger rollout.
The use of Virtual Machines to deliver a greater level of efficiency in IT projects is already being used in some countries, including South Africa, Brazil, Spain and the United States.
In the United Kingdom, the state government will roll out virtualization in 2021 with the largest deployment being in 2019, when it will use it to deliver the government’s digital services.
In 2021, the Uptown District of London will use virtualization software to deliver its digital services, including its transport, media and communications services, as well as its water, sewer and waste management services.