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Buyer’s Guide to Xeon Servers

The Intel Xeon line is often the best choice for high-demand servers and workstations. A Xeon server can handle data-intensive processes and maintain the speed that Intel is known for.

If you are new to the Xeon server and Central Processing Units (CPU), read on to see what sets them apart from other CPUs. Understanding the features will help you choose the right server for your needs.

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The Difference Between Premium and Budget Network Carriers

Choosing a network carrier for your dedicated server is an important decision.  It’s important to fully understand your options.  The difference between premium and budget carriers often comes down to global reach, reliability and level of service.  When selecting a carrier you will hear terms like Tier 1, Tier 2 and Tier 3, but what exactly does that mean? 

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Server Room Requirements: Costs To Consider Before Building A Server Room

Virtually every modern business needs servers to run their website, manage internal processes, or deploy cloud applications. In the past, that meant building and equipping an onsite server room. Today, it usually means leasing or colocating servers in an offsite enterprise-grade data center. But some businesses still choose to invest in building their own server room.

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How to Improve Endpoint Security in 7 Easy Steps

Administrators control the software installed on their servers and its configuration, but they don’t control endpoints, the devices on which software is used and data is accessed. As client-server software delivery models grew in popularity, particularly Software-as-a-Service, endpoint security became increasingly important. But server admins can’t guarantee endpoint security given the vast array of devices that might be used to access software and users’ lack of security awareness.

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