Server implementation & management
The building and configuration of a business class server is no small task. Selecting the correct operating system, processor, memory configuration, NAS (Network Area Storage) and network/application services to be provided are just some of the questions that need to be reviewed in order to service your users both internally and externally. The specification of a response goal is critical in the correct sizing of your hardware platform.
The following list are examples of services that your server may perform:
- Company Intranet
- Web Server
- Database Management
- E-Mail Management
- File Sharing
- Print Management
- Application Server
- Network Management
Each of the listed services, or any combination thereof, bring different loads and requirements to bear when you consider the computational needs of your server.
The selection of operating system has bearing on the decision also. It is no longer a simple; one size fits all type decision. Cost is also a major concern with the implementation of a business server. We also consider personal biases and corporate computation directives.
We assure that your server will be:
As computers become more involved in your business, the need for security is a constant concern. Vigilance in ensuring that passwords, software and appropriate security devices are in place is our constant concern.