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kelieos

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I need to know what type of hardware is best to setup a server in a small business. We need it as the main file storage and as to run quickbooks on multiple workstations as well. What kinds of things should we be considering? Should we get a Dell becuase all the other hardware in the office are Dell, or would it be more prudent to choose a diffrent make?
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Hi kelieos,

Welcome to Geeks To Go, my name is Tony.

As far as I can tell your looking for a server O\S? Am I Correct?

If so Clcik here as this link that I have supplied goes to a microsoft website for Small Business Server (SBS).
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im not sure what im looking for, i know nothing of servers
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To go this site and have a read of there servers O|S's and you get get trials as well

Edited by Tony_1983, 06 September 2005 - 07:35 PM.

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