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With virtualization cropping up everywhere in the market today, organizations need a stable platform to support it. Fortunately, Windows Server 2012 offers a number of virtualization capabilities in Hyper-V, in addition to improved data deduplication and enhanced file systems. And yet some organizations hesitate with new upgrades due to costs and issues with application and hardware compatibilities. Symantec created a survey to assess attitudes toward the migration to Windows Server 2012, their adoption plans, and general trends surrounding virtualization.