Server Installation

A server is a computer or software that offers service to other computer programs and their users. Servers store data and allow you to access it. They are dedicated to managing all your network’s resources. A server can be designed to perform a single task, or it can serve multiple purposes. A dedicated server will only handle one task, such as processing emails, while a shared server can process emails and host a website.

Different types and sizes of businesses call for different types of servers. The type of server you choose is unique to your business. Pechant Telec IT specialists will advise you on the best server for your company, supply it, install the needed software, virtualise them, and offer maintenance services.

Depending on the size of your organisation, servers need to be maintained at different intervals to ensure smooth functionality. For smaller organisations, monthly or weekly server checks can suffice. However, if your organisation is large with a lot of data being collected and shared, you might do daily server checks.

Different Type Of Servers

  • Print server: A print server is a type of server that connects the printer to computers over a network. The server allows for several computers to share only one printer. With a print server in your organisation, you don’t have to place printers in different places. So long as a computer is connected to the print server, the server will take the requests and process them as they come.
  • Application server: An application server is responsible for installing, operating and hosting applications that sit between web pages and databases. More often than not, an application server works hand in hand with a web server.
  • Web server: You definitely have used a web server without knowing it. When you search for something on the internet, the web server provides you with the resources you are looking for. Essentially, a web server delivers web pages to the user.
  • Proxy server: A proxy server acts as a gatekeeper that sits between you, the user, and the internet. When you surf the internet, the proxy server communicates with the website on your behalf. It then filters and checks to see that unharmful content doesn’t reach your computer or smart gadget. A proxy server also secures you from some types of cyberattacks.
  • Virtual server: A virtual server is part of a physical server, only that the virtual server is located in an offsite data centre. A virtual server converts a physical server into several virtual machines from which you can perform different operations for your business. Virtual servers are more affordable, flexible, and easier to use than physical servers.
  • File transfer protocol (FTP) server: The role of a file server is to store and transfer files from one computer to the other. It enables all users connected to a local area network (LAN) to access files, collaborate, and share them conveniently.

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