A desktop system generally runs programs and operating systems designed with the end-user in mind. In contrast, a server is used to manage network files and resources, and often offers a dedicated connection to applications and data for daily business use. Since these servers are engineered to store, send, and process data on a near-constant basis, it needs to be more reliable than a regular workstation and offer a variety of features and hardware not typically seen in a desktop computer.
McFarling Technologies has the tools and experience neccessary to implement or maintain a server in your organization. Whether it's as simple as a file/print server with a few users, or a more robust application requiring Active Directory with enhanced file and folder permissions, user logon scripts, centralized backups and more--we can help find what fits your business best, and get you back to business.