A small business server can be a game-changing investment for growing businesses. By centralizing a wide range of IT functions, a small business server can help to improve productivity, increase reliability and protect data from cyber threats. PowerEdge servers provide a broad portfolio of devices that are ideal for small businesses. With several types of servers – including tower, rack, and modular infrastructure – PowerEdge business servers maximize performance across various applications and provide greater flexibility for expanding compute and storage capacity as the business grows and IT requirements evolve.
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Providing the highest performance for a diverse set of workloads, PowerEdge server technology enables IT teams and small businesses to acquire and build a server for any application. Available with AMD or Intel processors, PowerEdge servers are available in one, two, or four-socket configurations, delivering high-density computing for traditional applications, virtualization, and cloud-native workloads.Dell offers several types of small business servers. Tower serversPowerEdge tower servers are available in a range of sizes, from mini-towers to rack-capable platforms. Providing flexible performance capacity with a worry-free infrastructure, PowerEdge tower servers are ideal entry-level servers for small-to-mid-sized businesses and remote office or decentralized offices.Rack serversPowerEdge rack servers accelerate deployment and maximize performance across a diverse set of workloads, including application servers, databases, high-performance computing, and virtualization environments. Scalable architecture, built-in security, and automated management tools help improve performance and reduce IT burden.Modular infrastructurePowerEdge servers with modular infrastructure are designed for high-density computing to meet specific business demands, control costs, and streamline management. The PowerEdge modular portfolio lets IT teams easily customize, deploy and manage infrastructure to create a future-ready data center with computing, networking, and storage capacity to grow with the company.
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What is a small business server? A small business server is a computer that is dedicated to providing centralized resources and services for other devices or programs. Small business servers may include a single tower server, a collection of rack servers, or a deployment of blade serversWhat type of server is best for small businesses? The best server for a small business depends on its compute and storage requirements. A tower server is an excellent initial small business server; acquisition costs are low and can be easily customized to the business's needs. For companies that require multiple servers, rack servers offer higher performance and enable more servers to be deployed within a small footprint. Housing servers within a rack also make it easier to manage and maintain the devices and to cool the equipment. For maximum performance and density, blade servers pack more processing power into a smaller space and can be configured to serve a variety of applications. The cost of acquisition and energy for blade servers tends to be higher than other types of servers.
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