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Is it time for you to consider a server for your business? This question was raised recently byRhonda Abrams, a writer for USA TODAY’s Small Business section.
According to Ms. Abrams’s article, if your business is growing and you have more than two people in your business, then you should definitely consider buying a server. Having a server, or a dedicated computer that acts as a central resource for data and applications within your office network, can dramatically improve the way your business runs.
A server allows you to consolidate your data in one place, making it easy to share among your colleagues. Network file shares allow you to upload and archive files and data in one centralized location for everyone. Centralizing data also makes it easier to secure and back up.
Servers often are powerful computers that can host applications your business runs within the office network. With servers, you can run applications such as email and security services, host your business website or company intranet, deploy multi-user databases, and much more.
Let us know if you are considering deploying a server for your business – we can help you do it efficiently and cost effectively.
Published on 21st July 2009 by Jeanne DeWitt.