Answering these questions will give you a clear thought of the kind of server capabilities your enterprise needs. You can get started with a couple of 300 GB – 450 GB SAS tough drives in RAID 1 to run your host, virtual machines, and shared space if you want, but be sure your server will accommodate added future tough drives for storage. A major downside of tower servers is that they take up a lot more room than either rackmount or blade setups when you start adding more. Each virtual server runs its personal operating system, and the operating systems and the applications operating under them are entirely independent.
A cloud server has the advantage of simplicity (you won’t want IT employees to manage the server) and low initial expense (expense is on a monthly/annual subscription plan vs a massive outlay of money for server hardware and setup). Appropriate cable …Windows Compact Company Server 2011 Shines Read More