Windows Servers

Windows Servers

Servers are at the core of anybody’s infrastructure. Servers are used in your business for user management, file storage, application services, remote access, time tracking, compliance, payment processing. If you plug a cable into it, it connects to your servers somewhere.

Microsoft Windows Server empowers small and midsize businesses by making technology a business advantage. With Microsoft, you can choose your own path to the “modern business” with flexible, complete and trusted solutions for your business—desktop to mobile, server to cloud.

For SMBs, Microsoft offers technology solutions designed to address your business goals and challenges across four key areas:

  • Grow efficiently – use technology to reduce costs and be a real enabler of your business growth
  • Safeguard your business – keep your data protected and be prepared for the unexpected, so you know your business never misses a beat.
  • Do business anywhere – get the benefits of a mobile, productive team that can work together wherever they are.
  • Connect with customers – get the competitive advantage or really understanding your customers and making meaningful connections to build long-term relationships
SMB Serrver 2012

 Up to Date Servers

Being up to date with your server infrastructure is important. Being behind with software will force you out of regulatory compliance, expose your business to security risks, and you miss out on the rich new features of the updated versions. There will be no safe haven. Note that this applies to both physical and virtual servers. This will impact Small Business Server 2003 as well. This could put you at risk for increased cyber attacks. And keep in mind that support may be discontinued for many applications.

Dell Servers

Now is the time to plan your transition. We can help you figure out the best path forward in getting the benefits of server and cloud with Windows Server 2012 R2 and Microsoft Azure.

Best In Class Servers

TCSP is proud to bring you some of the best servers from Dell and HP:

Dell Servers

HP Servers

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