Many small business owners, intimidated by a server-based network have opted to run their companies on peer-to-peer networks. However, peer-to-peer networking drastically reduces the processing speed of each computer since it's acting as a repository for information and as a workstation. In this video we meet small businesses that are considering moving to their first server-based network. We'll hear about their concerns, discover what their growth needs are and how a server can aid their growth as well as help with the efficiency, productivity and profitability of their businesses.
Today, server technology is affordable and within reach to smaller companies. Small businesses are increasingly coveting the ability to better manage and store a business critical information in one repository. Servers that are affordable yet fully scalable can do exactly that and more. Deciding to invest in a server-based network is the first step in aiding your business' growth, efficiency and productivity.
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