Share Files annd Printers?
Share Your Resources Install A Network.
A Peer to Peer network consists of individual computers which all have similar capabilities. It differs from a client server network in which a central computer(s) serve other workstations and/or computers. Most home and small business computer networks today are peer to peer networks. Computers are usually setup in workgroups, sharing files, printers and other resources with all of the networked computers. One computer may act as a file server or Print server at any given time.
Need to Secure your data?
Take Control Of your Data.
Many companies can benefit from a single client server computer network with a central computer (server) that stores and manages information diseminated to other computers and devices (clients) on the network. Todays client server technology is designed to provide small to medium sized businesses with many of the information management features used by large companies such as internet connections, e-mail, database management, business intranets, remote connectivity, support for Mobile based devices, file and print sharing, data backup and restoration.
Not every business needs a dedicated server, but if you answered yes to at least three of the above questions, let the Computer Professionals evaluate your business environment. A client/server solution might just increase your productivity and your profits.