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Servers

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Servers are the cornerstone of computer networks.  Buying a server is an important business decision and when done right can be an invaluable asset to any company.  

If the IT needs of your business are growing, a server can provide the kind of scalable, centralised and secure solution that independent computers and devices cannot.

If you feel a server is the way forward for your enterprise, we can supply one new or assist in transforming your current infrstructure to meet your objectives.

You may need a server if

  • Information access is required by multiple independent wired and wireless devices, locally and remotely.
  • You want to avoid unnecessary duplication or loss of information
  • You need to restrict access to information based on user authority

How does it work?

A server is a computer that has been assigned the role of controlling information in a computer network.  This may include hosting documents, providing emails, launching applications or providing access to a database for client computers that are connected to the network.  A server can also provide access to output devices such as printers or input devices such as scanners allowing all users to benefit from these devices.

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