A computer network is an essential element of modern business, and it's increasingly indispensible in the home, too. A network lets your computer connect to the Web so that you can check e-mail, update a website, or teleconference. It also lets you communicate locally with other computers on the same local network. Many people are under the misconception that a server is no different from a typical desktop PC. This couldn't be further from the truth. While almost any PC that meets the minimum hardware requirements can run the server operating system, that doesn't make it a true server. A desktop system is optimized to run a user-friendly operating system, desktop applications and to facilitate other desktop oriented tasks. Even if the desktop had similar processor speeds, memory and storage capacity, it still isn't a replacement for a real server. The technologies behind them are engineered for different purposes

A server is designed to manage, store, send and process data 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 356 days a year. Thus, servers need to be far more reliable than their desktop counterparts. To accomplish this, servers offer features not typically found in a desktop PC.

There are multiple reasons of having a server, but some of the more important tasks being performed by a server are:

  • File and network security

  • Increased reliability

  • Centralized data storage and shared resources

  • Virus management

  • Centralized backup

Barmedas.Com Ltd., employ qualified technicians with a vast amount of experience in installing and maintaining servers. Apart from setting up servers and networks for several of our clients, the company has a server and network setup being maintained by our professional technicians, so they have a full time hands-on experience for any needs arising from our clients.