It used to be the though that if you run an office with 10 PCs or more, you need a server, well this has changed a little – or has it?
A server is like a master computer, linked to employees and desktops. It holds the mass of office data and controls the office printers and e-mail, it looks after the security of computers and access to the internet.
The availability of cloud email solutions has led to a decline in small businesses owning their own hardware (server), not having to pay that lump sum in one go! This produced a whole in the market were small companies needed a server but didn’t want to purchase Small Business Server as they didn’t require the Exchange element and felt that they would be wasting this part of the purchase, so Microsoft have now split their Small Business Server offerings, introducing:
42 ITS have a partnership with Dell Server specialists for supplying server hardware
To spec out your own server then email the basket to firstname.lastname@example.org then through our specialist contacts with Dell we will beat the online price