Bootcamp is a well established means of having more than one OS available on Apple hardware; the selection is made at boot time.

Check DeployStudio for procedures on deploying a "bootcamped" image.

BootCamp can be applied to an existing image as explained in http://wiki.afp548.com/index.php/Create_a_Boot_Camp_image

Also check https://www.apple.com/ca/support/bootcamp/

For a windows 7/8 image one tool that is absolutely necessary is Sysprep http://www.thewindowsclub.com/the-system-preparation-tool-sysprep-in-microsoft-windows-7 or an older post of http://work.mikeboylan.com/posts/2012/08/automating-dual-boot-lab-deployments-at-rmu-8796.html

A bit out of date and it describes the use of winclone but this deployStudio twiki page is useful http://deploystudio.wikispaces.com/Automated+Dual-boot+XP+Mac+Setup

Virtualization is required to allow multiple OSes to run at the same time.

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