Cost Savings – The obvious #1 reason to virtualize is to save money. This may be hardware, staff, or energy related savings. In a time when companies are cutting everything from paper to people, this is a very attractive technology that upper management is jumping on board with. A well thought out virtualization plan should result in lower equipment, power, management, and replacement hardware costs in theory. Many ask if this to good to be true? While nobody would argue that saving money is a good thing, is there a catch?. We all agree that a $50,000 Corvette and a $25,000 Honda Accord are both cars. The performance of one is going to be better but also more expensive. The point is that costs savings may come with a price….. performance (see cons below). Have you heard the forecast? A baby is predicted, but first there will be a shower! Please join us for a Baby Shower in honor of (insert soon-to-be mother’s name) on (baby shower date) at (baby shower address). Please let us know weather” or not you can attend (Host’s RSVP phone number) and/or (Host’s email address).
Hi Barb, I was confused as well, since it seemed to work that way for me. But I wanted to make extra sure about it, so I contacted their support staff and was told that we must contact customer support to get the cancellation and refund, and then sign up again for whichever plan we wanted. I tested this out last week and was surprised that they were able to quickly process that for me over the live chat support. I have to say, their live chat support is really different from other companies I’ve reviewed. You get to talk to an actual intelligent human being who listens and helps haha! Maybe Comcast should learn from them? Anyway, they DID tell me that they’re working on solving this annoyance, so sometime in the future, it will be like I first said.