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Reasons Why You Need A Server

  • You have two or more dial-up accounts in your business(hey, it's time to share broadband access).
  • You need to centralize and organize your data(you can't always find what you need when you need it).
  • You need to share hardware such as printers and fax machines for two or more PCs (peer-to-peer networks mean lots of cords and wires to trip over).
  • You need to simplify backups to keep your data more secure.
  • You have employees who travel, frequently telecommute,or work off-site, and want to connect to a network.
  • You could benefit from an intranet(your employees who travel and telecommute don't always remember to tell you).
  • You have high storage needs(and your loaded-down PCs wince and groan when you add more data).
  • You'd like to run accounting software or other line-of-business application on more than one PC.
  • Your company's growing and plans to add new computers and employees (congrats!).
  • You mean business: You want to look professional(and bigger than you are).
  • Your PCs are old, old, old, and you want to get rid of them. A server makes migration easier.
  • Your PCs are old, old, old, and you want to keep them. A server takes a load off the PCs.

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