There is a big misconception about Servers. Servers are installed and set up and then just left to fend for themselves. This can lead to all sorts of problems including, not being updated and not receiving the latest security updates, running out of disk space, misconfigured user accounts which could lead to people gaining access to confidential information, Web Servers running slow and compromised Websites due to poor security on Web Server. The list goes on and on. Long gone where servers were just physical machines in a corner or server room, now they are virtual / cloud based which expands your possibilities no end.
When it comes to Server Management, we know our stuff. Using a combination of manual procedures and automation, your server is in good hands. With over 25 years’ experience in server management and support.
25 years experience
Microsoft Based Servers
Microsoft servers can perform a variety of purposes, from a file server to an Exchange mail server with everything else between SQL server, application server. They can do as little or as much as you want them to do. They can be onsite, in a data centre or be cloud-based. No matter where they are, they need some sort of management to keep them in check. Just like the Windows computers, Servers also need updates done to them, routine updates and also backups.
Microsoft based servers
Onsite or cloud based
Linux-based servers are based on the same hardware/cloud configuration as a Windows-based ones, but that is as far as it goes. Linux is a completely different operating system from a Windows-based one. Linux servers are used for lots of different purposes such as file servers, phone systems, and Hosting servers for websites.
Web Hosting Servers
Web Hosting servers are built to display websites or web applications on the internet. They are specifically configured for that purpose. Both Windows and Linux-based servers can be used for hosting websites. Linux is the more commonly used option for Web Developers, However, we have found web developers are great when building websites but not when it comes to maintaining the webserver such as updates, firewall issues, preventing malware attacks, etc.
Contact us to discuss your server management requirements.