Why ABM is migrating from VMware to Hyper-V | ITworld
By Thor Olavsrud
With more than 350 offices in the U.S., British Columbia, Puerto Rico and various international locations (in Europe, Africa and Asia), and 115,000 employees, the IT staff numbers only 19 - down from 36 a few years ago. At the same time, the company has been growing rapidly since 2000, mostly through acquisitions that introduced a plethora of technologies to the company's IT assets. ABM provides facility solutions, including energy, commercial cleaning, maintenance and repair, HVAC, electrical, landscaping, parking and security services across a whole range of markets.
"This topic turns heads. A lot of people are comfortable running on VMware. We just want to do things better. -- Andre Garcia