Server Design and Capabilities
Unlike a single PC or Mac that is designed to support the needs of one user, a server is a specialised network designed for multiple users accessing data remotely.
Brand leaders include Dell, Fujitsu, HP, IBM, Lenovo, and Oracle. The leading servers are quiet, efficient and capable of running multi-user applications such as email, documents, and printing, making it easy for employees to share data and collaborate on projects.
Servers are also a vital way of backing up your computer systems in an event of a disaster. Thanks to server technology, should one of your machines fail or get lost or stolen, the data will still be available and easily retrievable.
Choosing the Right Server
But what sort of server should you choose? The technology ranges from small servers designed to connect a series of computers in a home, to multimillion pound ones spanning a number of countries. Experts suggest that if you’re expecting your business to expand, you should choose a server that’s scalable and can grow with it. Once you have chosen the right server for your needs, the next task is to set it up and maintain it.
What We Offer in Server Set Up
Thankfully, setting up a server has become easier and more cost-effective over the years as operating systems and networking technologies have improved. Storage and networking peripherals have evolved to incorporate WiFi, cloud and plug and play features.
Our team has years of experience, not just in choosing and setting up the right server for our clients, but also maintaining and protecting them. Choose us for your server requirements and we will ensure that you always have the best technology as well as round-the-clock protection and peace of mind.
Our engineers will assess your needs and then provide you with the most suitable and cost-effective solution.
For more information on our server set up services, contact Acomputerfield here today.