Linux Small Business File Server
 

Linux provides a reliable low maintenance, secure file server, firewall and email server. This plus its low cost, makes it a perfect choice for small to medium size businesses

Some of the advantages are –

  • Low cost- once installed it requires minimal maintenance.
  • Enhanced security features that reduce the risk of intrusion.
  • Web interface to easily change settings, add new users etc.
  • File server with support for recycle bin.
  • Provides firewall and Internet gateway services.
  • Delivery and distribution of email to the users desktop.
  • Includes a full in-house email server for fast delivery of email.
  • Online Internet backup at low monthly cost.

Small office/home file server 1 – 5 computers starting at $750.
Medium office file server 5 – 50 computers starting at $1400.

 
 Discuss Your Requirements
 

If you would like more information or would like to enquire about how to set up a Linux server for your business or home please contact Trevor or Kyle on 9390 7457 or 0407 424 924.

 XPUnlimited Terminal Server
 

XP Unlimited turns your Windows based computer into a full blown Terminal Server, without any limit.

MYOB or Quickbooks running too slowly on your current server then XPUnlimited maybe the answer.

Many multi user data intensive programs can run very slowly even on the best computer servers and network hardware, but by utilizing Terminal server software they will run much faster and put less stress on the network.

The Terminal server software can resolve many issues by running the software locally on one computer (server) and then passing back only the results to the client computers.

Some of the advantages are –

  • Low cost- Run XPunlimited Terminal Server on most desktop computers running Windows 7 Professional.
  • Centralize your software on the server.
  • Remotely access the server, programs and data securely over the Internet.
  • Use any device that can run the remote access software – Computer, notebook, tablet or mobile phone to access the Windows terminal.
  • Centralized administration and maintenance of software.
  • Centralized backup of data.
 

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