Designed and priced for small businesses, Windows Small Business Server 2011 was an affordable, all-in-one server solution to help your business run more efficiently. It provided core functionality for:
Windows Small Business Server offered you a server solution with reduced complexity and increased manageability over traditional enterprise servers, helping to focus on running a more efficient business. Small business server (SBS) has been superseded by the 'Foundation Server' and Office365
Windows Server 2012 Foundation is full-featured 64-bit version of Windows® Server that enables core IT resources, such as file and print sharing, remote access, and security. It provides a network foundation from which you can centrally manage settings on your computers that are based on the Windows operating system, and upon which you can run the most popular business applications. It also provides a familiar Windows user experience that helps you manage users and safeguard business information. Because Windows Server 2012 Foundation comes pre-installed with your server hardware, you do not need to separately obtain and then install the hardware and operating system. Windows Server 2012 Foundation is supported by an extensive network of certified professionals who can to provide service for your Windows Server network. Windows Foundation has a maximum 15 user limit.
Email set-up involves configuring your email programs to receive emails sent to your email address, and also send emails from that address. Different users can be set for different user accounts, and emails can be redirected to various other address if required. For example, you might give all of your employees their own email address, e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org, but you also want to be able to view a copy of ALL emails sent to @domainnamehere.com on your computer.
A server computer is a computer, or series of computers, that link other computers or electronic devices together. They often provide essential services across a network, either to private users inside a large organisation or to public users via the Internet. For example, when you enter a query in a search engine, the query is sent from your computer over the Internet to the servers that store all the relevant web pages. The results are sent back by the server to your computer.
In computing terms, a server is a computer or a service that provides functionality for other programs or devices, "clients". This architecture is referred to as the client–server model, and a single overall computation is distributed across multiple processes or devices. Servers can provide various functionalities, or "services", such as sharing data or resources among multiple clients, or performing computation on behalf of a client computer or user. Typically a single server can serve multiple clients, and a single client can use multiple servers. A client process may run on the same device or may connect over a network to a service on a different device to complete the request. Typical type of servers are database servers, file servers, mail servers, print servers, web servers, game servers, and application servers.
Linux refers to the family of Unix-like computer operating systems using the Linux kernel. Linux can be installed on a wide variety of computer hardware, ranging from mobile phones, tablet computers and video game consoles, to mainframes and supercomputers. Linux is a leading server operating system, and runs the 10 fastest supercomputers in the world.
Linux distributions have long been used as server operating systems, and have risen to prominence in that area. Since February 2010, Linux distributions represented six of the top ten server operating systems, FreeBSD two of ten, and Microsoft one of ten.
A database server is a computer program that provides database services to other computer programs or computers, as defined by the client–server model. Typical database servers run MSSQL, MySQL, Oracle or a derivation thereof. The 'Database Server' term may also refer to a computer dedicated to running such a program. Databases are the back-end information store for many websites including Wikipedia, YouTube, The Guardian etc.
The data is presented as a collection of schemas, tables, queries, reports, views, and other objects which is typically organised to model aspects of our daily reality. If we took the example of a clothes shop, the database would be modeled upon a search for a certain size of a certain clothing in a certain colour. The database has been modeled to effect the search that it will need to be able to perform and so the data will have been organised into subsets of colour and size etc. which will allow searches to be made of what is in stock based on the categories by which we organise clothes in our own terms rather than by bar-code number or country of origin, although this may well be the way the clothing is uniquely identified by the database internally.
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