IT Infrastructures

We help improve business productivity through an IT infrastructure capable of supporting and ensuring the proper functioning of business applications.

What is it?

The IT infrastructure includes the company’s servers needed to develop the business. The amount of business servers is usually associated with the company’s size, although there are some common servers in all companies. Business needs, the volume of users and the activity taking place are the determining factors for the number of servers required by each company.

What part do we play?

Today, companies may need many applications in order to develop its business, and the IT infrastructure must support it efficiently.

Each business server has a function within the company (files, email, Erp, DC, Communications, etc.) Therefore it must be properly sized and optimised for the company’s activity.

Benefits

  • Matches business needs
  • Improved company productivity
  • Improved corporate image
  • Improved customer service

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Related products

DC Server (Domain Controller):
It is the nerve centre of a Windows domain environment. It is the server that authenticates users, allowing or denying access to the organisation’s shared resources.
File Server:
This allows for a common repository for the whole company, to store company files needed for business development. Permit policies control user information access.
Application server:
It houses the company’s operational business applications (ERP, CRM, etc.). Generally, these include databases needed for the applications, although according to the volume of business applications it may be necessary to assign one or more servers, and separate them from the applications.
Mail Server:
This is the engine of the company’s email. The mail server performs a series of processes that are intended to convey information between different users. There are many company email management systems, with the most common ones in the business world being Microsoft Exchange and Lotus.

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