Server and NAS systems

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My IT Support install and support a wide range of Windows based server models. As servers are network based, we also support most common network topography’s. If you are unsure of the type of server you are operating, or your are looking for advice on a server for your organisation please contact us directly here. On premise servers are gradually becoming less common being replaced with online platforms. However operations still require some in-house central data storage for extra sensitive data or large files collections, for example images and CAD drawings. Network Accessible Storage or NAS are small devices designed for this role. See below for more information.

Windows Servers

We service all makes and models of Windows of server systems on both physical and virtual environments. Support operating systems and topologies include:

✔  All versions including  2003, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2019 and 2022.
✔  Physical, Hyper-V and VMware platforms
✔  Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services)
✔  Azure AD integration

661189R-B21- | HPE DL360e Gen8 Server | Touchpoint Technology

Linux

Unfortunately we do not support Linux based computer systems in commercial operations at this time

 WD My Cloud PR2100 Pro Series 12TB 2 Bay NAS Storage Media Server Network Accessible Storage (NAS)

Incredible advances in hard drive capacity now offer up to 18 terabytes per device. Mounted in NAS storage, this allows simplified management of multiple terabytes of data storage for your organisation.  NAS devices are easier and more cost effective to manage than server systems and complement online cloud technologies for data you need to remain in-house. They can either stand alone or integrate into Activ3e Directory (Windows server) based network.
DS1621+ | Synology Incorporated
✔  RAID redundancy
✔  Secure user access
✔  Active directory integration
✔  Azure AD integration
✔  Online backup
✔  Antivirus

 

 

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