If your business relies on a local server rather than the cloud, you need somewhere to site all that server equipment so it’s not in the way. Here are some tips to help you set up the perfect server room
In modern business surely the cloud is all you need? Or is it, perhaps you need to ask yourself, does your business need a server instead?
With the right tools, you can find out how remote monitoring and control can boost your business, making it easier and faster to monitor servers and fix issues
Find out how GPU servers can benefit your business, accelerating high-performance computing while reducing running costs.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), with its threat of huge fines of up to 4% of annual global turnover or €20m, came in on 25 May. Are you compliant with GDPR? Read our essential checklist to find out.
If you’re primarily online, the guarantees of a certain level of uptime can be a powerful argument in favour of the cloud too, so do you need on-premise servers with the cloud?
As much as technology has changed over time, one thing has remained constant: we still use passwords to secure access to critical systems.
It’s the small tasks that add up and eat away at productivity. According to a survey by Sage, administrative tasks, from chasing late payments to managing payroll, cost SMEs £35,600 and a whopping 71 days a year to manage.
Don’t throw away old servers when they reach their limits; some smart upgrading can make an old model last a lot longer and save you money in the process.
Which type of storage should you install in your servers? We compare the pros and cons of each.