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When an organization expands and more than two or three employees start to work for it, the need for cooperation and file exchange inevitably lead to the need for a File Server. In other words, this type of server provides a medium for a common use of applications and other resources through the LAN or over the Internet.

The term “Server” is often used in three different significations: to describe the computer hardware, where the common resources are stored; to describe the software giving access to these resources; or as a combination of the latter two: “The File Server of our department”.

Servers are designed to store and process data 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. These machines should have a backup power sources (UPS; RAID) to protect the information in case of electric power interruption, as well as hard discs to replace the damaged once. This will ensure the continuous work of the File Server and your business will not be impeded. Servers are simply more reliable than your PCs.

We offer File Severs based on operation systems like FreeBSD, OpenBSD, Linux, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008, to satisfy all your needs. It should be noted that when a server based on Microsoft licenses is built each company must buy (through us or otherwise) the related Microsoft product. Installing and setting the group policies for management of the File Server resources may commence only after that.

If you however choose an operation system like FreeBSD, OpenBSD or some Linux distribution your business will be even more productive. The SAMBA software implements well NetBIOS, thus achieving the desired result – a File Server – at a lower cost with a much higher efficiency and reliability percentage at data storage process.



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