Business Computer Repair
St. Louis Business Computer Repair Arnold MO
At PCTech, we provide full service computer and network support for small and medium sized businesses. With Microsoft Certified Professionals, PCTech supports Windows 2016 Server, Windows 2012 Server,Windows 2008 Server, Windows 2003 Server, Exchange 2016, Exchange 2013, Exchange 2010, Exchange 2007, Exchange 2003, Small Business Server 2003, Small Business Server 2008 and Small Business Server 2011.
Many companies have asked us: What about Windows 2003? While Microsoft has officially stopped supporting Windows 2003, PCTech still maintains full support for existing Windows 2003 systems.
Conveniently located in the St. Louis Missouri Metro area, PCTech’s team is dedicated to serving the needs of small and medium sized companies. For those that depend on their computer networks for essential business functions, we offer same day emergency service to minimize downtime.
In fact, most service and support issues can be resolved remotely. By using secure, remote troubleshooting technology, PCTech saves the customers significant time and money. And when we’ve fixed the issues remotely, we’ll educate the users on preventing future problems.
PCTech prefers, however, to take a more proactive approach to maintenance and server support. Rather than companies waiting for something to break, PCTech offers ongoing computer network monitoring that can identify and prevent problems before an issue causes catastrophic failure or data loss. Preventing such downtime maximizes your employees’ productivity and leaves the business computer, network, server problems to us!
For small to medium sized companies that don’t have a network server yet, continue reading to find out how a server will improve the way you do business.
Why choose a server?
When you have data you depend on, a server is a necessity. If your business is using two or more computers you could benefit from server. When owning a server you receive the benefit of centralized file sharing and file security. That means one computer storing all files. With this option you receive the benefits of centralized backups, redundancy and centralized security.
For example, if you have multiple computers each user would be storing files on their computers. If you do not have a backup and one of the computers crashes you could lose important data. It’s not a matter of if a hard drive will fail, it’s when. With this solution you will be able to store everything on your server. Your computers will have access to the files and you can share them with multiple users of your choice. If you have a document multiple users would benefit from sharing they can have access to it. With the server hosting all of the files you only need to backup one computer.
Another benefit of a server is centralized antivirus software. Instead of trying to keep track of expiration dates and renewals on several computers you can install a server managed solution like Trend Micro or Kaspersky and then you only need to renew the server and the workstations will follow.