For many company managers, the first question when upgrading a network is “what does a server do?” And the simple answer is – just about anything a company needs from their network. As a business grows and adds more people to its ranks, relying on peer to peer connections becomes a liability. Direct connections from one workstation to another are susceptible to security risks, and they are inefficient and unreliable. It’s an untenable situation eventually, and the best alternative is bringing in a dedicated network resource manager. That’s what this hardware offers.
SourceTech Systems, New and Refurbished Computer Systems Re-Seller, Buys Surplus Servers, Storage and Networking Equipment from Companies Across the USA
Houston, Texas (Marketwire) November 30, 2009 – SourceTech Systems, one of Houston’s leading providers of refurbished servers and computer equipment can assist companies faced with office closures and downsizing. Their clients include large or small corporations who are seeking to liquidate their existing HP, Sun Microsystems, IBM, Dell, EMC, StorageTek, Hitachi, Cisco, Brocade, Foundry equipment.
Houston, Texas (Marketwire) July 13, 2009 – Refurbished servers and computer equipment can provide a huge savings for companies faced with maintaining state-of-the-art technology on a budget. SourceTech Systems has a complete inventory of refurbished Sun Microsystems servers and refurbished HP servers to meet the needs of many corporations in need of high end work stations.