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One of the things VMware like to claim as a benefit to their protection of virtualization resources and application data is that they don’t require agents to be installed, where supposedly Microsoft requires agents everywhere.
But, is that entirely true? And even if the approaches are a little different, who really has the advantage?
To get the answers, you’ll want to read friend Chris Avis’s article in our “VMware or Microsoft?” series. He dispels some myths around this very topic.
READ HIS EXCELLENT ARTICLE HERE