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- Alex Gibson
October 30, 2005, 11:03 pm
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Store email, store company documents so they are available
to all, center point of document storage and for sales information ,
that can be more easily backed up than four or more seperate computers.
A decent network switch with spare ports in case you need to add more pcs.
A good hardware firewall for your net connection.
Software firewalls on all machines.
Anti-virus on all machines.
Anti-spyware on all machines.
Update all antivirus, antispyware at least once a week.
Unless you are using it as a processing server
makes really no difference what processor for
office use. Cost and reliability are more important.
Probably worth your while to go with Sun , Dell , IBM or HP
with a three year service contract.
Any problems you just ring them,rather than having to fix it yourself.
Depends on your location , if regional go with the company
that can give local support (including local computer shops).
I would also suggest , getting a ups (uninterruptible power supply),
and tape back up drive.
Back up the pcs once a month, the server twice a week.
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