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Compare DSL, Leased Lines and Ethernet Circuits

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Businesses are fortunate to have a fairly wide range of options when it comes to choosing a dedicated internet access solution. Of course, each potential service poses its own particular set of technological challenges, key features and costs. As in many other areas of the information technology sector, traditional higher-priced dedicated internet access services have recently been challenged by lower cost, technologically innovative alternatives which are gaining serious ground in the UK market.The gold standard of business connectivity has for many years been the dedicated leased line. A leased line (also known as an E1, E3, Frame Relay or OC line), is a permanent connection established between two distinct geographical points, such as two offices of the same company, or a bank and a remote financial institution. This connection is not shared with any other users on the telecommunications company’s network, and as such it guarantees stable bandwidth and excellent data security. It is an ‘always on’ proposition and is one of the most reliable ways for a business to either transfer data or access the internet. Leased lines can be configured to handle a variety of different transfer speeds, and usually feature excellent support and Service Level Agreements (SLA) from the provider. A leased line can also be part of a Wide Area Network access solution, which allows a Local Area Network (LAN) to connect to other LAN’s and the internet at large.Unfortunately, the costs associated with leased lines are some of the most expensive in the industry. The installation lead-in times, cost of installation and the maintenance and access fees imposed upon the line subscriber can be daunting for many small businesses. The distance between the business, the provider, and the sites that are to be linked together also play a significant role in increasing the price of a leased line. These factors, combined with recent innovations in connectivity technology, have allowed for several viable leased line alternatives to make their way to the fore.Digital Subscriber Lines (also known as DSL, ADSL, SDSL, and ADSL Max) have long been avoided by companies seeking quick and reliable internet access and data transfer. Originally positioned as a consumer technology, DSL is based on a switching data connection technology that shares its bandwidth with a host of other customers accessing the provider’s network. However, Bonded ADSL uses multiple DSL circuits working together as one in order to get around many of the traffic congestion issues typically associated with this type of connection. Bonded ADSL is now offered with the robust SLA that businesses require, as well as excellent transfer speeds. Installation is also quicker and more flexible than that of a leased line. In addition, costs are significantly lower when compared to standard leased lines. The recent infrastructure upgrades made as a result of Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) and the emergence of next generation ADSL services such as Annex M DSL means that bonded DSL will continue to improve in terms of bandwidth and availability.Ethernet circuits are another less expensive option for those who seek a high bandwidth corporate connectivity solution. These Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) are built over Ethernet links forged from point-to-point on either a city, regional or national scale. The primary advantage of a VPN is that it enables a company to offer the same level of broadband connectivity to as many offices and remote workers as necessary, as well as provide access to geographically-specific resources from anywhere within the network – including internet access. Bandwidth over this type of connection can be scaled up to a very high level, and it mimics a LAN in terms of functionality. The single connection point design also decreases connection and installation costs.You can access the full white paper ‘Compare DSL, Leased Line and Ethernet – Dedicated Internet Access Buyer’s Guide’ here

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August 11, 2013 at 11:02 pm

Sigma 50mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro Lens for Canon SLR Cameras

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  • Macro lens designed for Canon digital SLR cameras
  • 50mm focal length
  • f2.8 maximum aperture
  • Super Multi Coating reduces flare and ghosting common to digital SLR cameras
  • Screw-in lens hood included

Designed as a quick-focusing macro lens the AF speed of 50mm, f2.8 EX Macro is 1.4 times faster than previous 50mm f2.8 macros. It features a non-rotating front lens group which makes it easier to work with polarizing filters and has a focus limiter (eg. Full Range; – 9.8 in.; 9.1 in. – 7.4 in.). The Sigma 50mm f/2.8 EX Macro lens also features the new deluxe EX external finish , How do I get

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August 11, 2013 at 7:19 pm

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A Lesson In Gratitude

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It was a fine morning, warm and sunny, as I set out for my usual walk to the park with my young boxer dog in tow. We have our daily ritual of walk and off leash playtime for her at the park, sometimes meeting other like-minded animal owners. I have met many people around the neighborhood in just such a fashion. On this particular day, a woman of about my age was walking her pug and we struck up a conversation.”Susan” had recently moved to the area, knowing no one, and hoping to find a decent job in the area to afford the high rents that come with living in SoCal, close enough to the beaches to enjoy a near-perfect year round climate. We became casual acquaintances in
the months following our first introduction, she visited once at my home, with dog, for a drink.The ups and downs of her temporary employment, my fits and starts into finding a suitable work-at-home job and being a single, over 50 female in suburbia were common threads of existence. Our dogs were amicable, if mismatched friends. At one point, we got to together for a girls’ night out with another dog-owner friend. Not the closest friendship, but a bit closer than mere hi-how-are-you friendliness.One day, after not hearing much from her in several months time, “Susan” called in dire straits. She needed to move, immediately, due to a drastic breakdown in the relationship between the people whose home she was renting a room from and herself. She wanted to come over and explain.I invited her over and listening to her sad state of affairs about how the knuckle-dragging redneck that owned the house was making her life miserable. Apparently, his right wing politics and her left-leaning ones had bumped head to head over time and he was reduced to sarcasm and a nasty confrontational attitude with her. Coupled with the fact that she had owed them back rents due to joblessness and general falling behind, I could see why he had been less than gentlemanly.”Susan” had given the wife checks to cover the back rents, that she would make good on in the weeks to come as her act of good faith in repayment. But still, the husband was giving her such a hard time and was basically rude.At the end of her sorry story, I offered that, right or wrong, a man’s house is his castle and he is entitled to feel anyway he chooses. A person does not want to come home and be attacked under his own roof for his beliefs. I declined comment on the fact that she’d been indebted to them for their patience in her inability to pay the rent.I assured her that I did not share those sentiments and that the most important thing for me is to have a peaceful and harmonious household. I do not tolerate stress at home. I told her that I was looking for a good tenant, but that I needed to charge some $600. per month for my room, to cover my expenses. And another thing, my son does appear on the occasional weekend with his two pit bulls, and she might not think this a very good arrangement for her small pug.She was insistent that this would be only for a couple of weeks until she could find a more suitable place closer to the job she now had secured, some fifty miles away.
I told her she could stay for $100. a week, given that it was a short-term deal, knowing that she was struggling financially. After moving in, a got the first notion all was not so well when she told me she’d expected me to just let her stay for free.Our next stage of friendship was to begin on not the best foot when my still-a-puppy boxer (at 1 ½ years) chewed some of her shoes which had been left in her closet, doors open. Patent leather is just too much temptation, I suppose, in a dog’s view.The two weeks rolled into months, “Susan” still paying only $l00. per week, by the week, not a month at a time. When I told her that she was not allowed to use my washer and dryer (older appliances whose life span is somewhat suspect) she acted as if I had never mentioned it, and used them anyway. I let it slide for awhile.”Susan” pitched in, without my asking on a particularly hellish job: hand carrying buckets of water out of the pool that the submersible pump would not complete. It took hours, and it was heavy work. Someone suggested to me that I hire some day laborers to do such work, and smiling, told them I had nothing better to do. I spent days hand scrubbing and cleaning the walls of the pool and was more grateful than can be imagined to have had any help. The laundry issue seemed like a fair trade.Finally, after 2 ½ months, she found a place to move, five minutes from her job. We had a good bye dinner, and she was happy to be moving, saving yet more money on an expensive commute. I was a little sad, for by now, we had gotten to be friends.The Saturday morning when she left, her entire belongs packed into two carloads, I wished her well and gave her a fond hug goodbye. I had my many chores to do and the day wasn’t getting any younger.In less than 3 hours, I had another phone call from Susan, furious and upset, and homeless, again. It seems that the woman who just the night before had given her a house key was now reneging on the deal, due to the fact that her mother suddenly needed to move in because of some health-related issues.I said, well, at least you know you have somewhere to go back to, but left out the part that the deal would not be the same as when she’d left. I had arranged another tenant to take the room and was planning on getting the rent value for the room, though I had not as yet met with him. He was coming by the first of the week to see the space.Susan had enough anger to fuel her up and back to the hoped-for condo two times that afternoon retrieving her belongings that she’d left on the woman’s doorstep. It must’ve been close to dark when she finally was resettled back into her room, in no mood for any conversation. I believe she drank her dinner that night.Hoping that the following day would be a better day, a new start, I waited to let her know what rents I would be expecting. It seems that the new day had not brought much resolution to her present frame of mind, the dark cloud of “the unfairness of it all” hung heavy over her face, soured and scowling. I tried to be pleasant. After all, it had been a pretty lousy situation, but still I felt I had contributed quite enough to helping her out in my own fashion.I told her I would have to be raising the rent to a more “market value” price of $500. per month, no utilities, but no laundry privileges.She shrieked and ranted, slammed things down, kicked the dog and generally behaved like a shrew. I turned and closed the door, leaving her in her own bile. She now wouldn’t speak to me, and treated me as if I wasn’t present when she entered the house, even though I’d be sitting at my computer right inside the front door and fully visible.It has been nearly a month now, and she is behind on her rent, and tells me she plans on leaving at the end of the month. We’ll see.My son whom I haven’t seen in a couple months was coming down for the weekend, with the dogs. Another tirade, letters written, shieking and screaming about her being “displaced” from her room that she is entitled to enjoy, and more drama than I’ve witnessed since my kids were in high school. Harmony and peace are tentatively dangling, just out of reach. Fear of pit bulls is this “unfairness of it all” issue. I guess she’d forgotten that was part of the original hesitation on my part for letting her stay.The people in the office where I’m now gainfully employed, ask me regularly how the “room mate” is doing, shaking their heads in disbelief at the stories I’ve told them. You never really know someone until you live with them, and then, it’s too late. You are caught up in the drama of petty issues and hurt feelings and cold wars, or door slamming and you’re left wondering how did this all go so badly?No good deed goes unpunished, one of my favorites, comes to mind. Never mind, I’ve added up the rent monies I’ve saved her, not to mention pet deposits and security deposits and utilities that other landlords charge, and try not to feel taken advantage of for helping someone out in their time of need. It was the right thing to do, I am grateful I was in a position to help, if not very much in her eyes.But most of all, I feel sad for her: she has never expressed, nor been grateful since the time that she moved into my home; that her life is a string of woeful tales of how things just never work out. Poor little me, I think I’ll go eat worms.At the start of every day, and hopefully before I collapse asleep at night, I am so very, very, very grateful for all that the day brings, both the “good” and the “bad”, for what are these but our very own perceptions? Truth is, the bad things teach you the most and create a vivid emotional response that you don’t soon forget, while the good or pleasant things pass by like a lovely parade, soon out of sight. Learning to avoid the difficult or unpleasant situations comes, for me, a little later than most, I must admit. Gratitude is a learned response.But now, at long last, I think I’m getting the hang of this life I’ve been given. Every day is such a blessing that I am truly grateful for whatever comes my way, even ungrateful roommates with pugs.

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August 11, 2013 at 7:17 pm

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Canon EF 200mm f/2.8L II USM Telephoto Lens for Canon SLR Cameras

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  • 200mm telephoto lens with f/2.8 maximum aperture for Canon SLR cameras
  • 2 ultra-low-dispersion (UD) glass elements and rear focusing system
  • Ultra-sonic monitor (USM) for quick, highly accurate autofocusing
  • 4.9-foot close focusing distance; produces natural-looking background blur
  • Measures 3.3 inches in diameter and 5.4 inches long; weighs 1.7 pounds

The Canon EF 200mm f/2.8 L II USM lens uses a rear-focus telephoto optical design with two ultralow-dispersion (UD) glass elements to ensure maximum image sharpness and accurate color fidelity. The two UD glass elements, combined with the rear focusing, correct aberrations to give you extremely sharp and clear images.

This lens is perfectly suited for Canon’s EOS system cameras–placing special emphasis on its manual focusing capability–which have a wide rubber focusing ring that allows you to make easy adjustments. The ultrasonic motor (USM) and rear focusing design allow for silent, high-speed autofocus and full-time manual focus. Because of its full compatibility with 1.4x and 2x EF extenders, you have the option of added focusing versatility.

Features

  • EF mount; telephoto lens
  • Ultra-low Dispersion glass with Fluorite elements; inner focusing ring; full-time manual focus 200mm focal length
  • f/2.8 maximum aperture
  • Micro UltraSonic Motor (USM)

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August 11, 2013 at 12:20 am

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YouTube Makes Video Watching & Sharing Easy and Addictive

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If you’ve mastered online photo sharing using a website like Picasa or through uploading to Facebook, did you know that it’s equally easy to share videos over the Internet? YouTube is a website that makes online video posting accessible to virtually anyone with the ability to shoot video. Whether you want to share a video message with the world, social network friends or Grandma, YouTube has tools to make it easy and fun.YouTube isn’t just for hobbyists. It even has captured the attention of television networks and movie studios that use it to publicly post trailers or entire television shows. If you’ve sees a funny commercial that you want to show your coworkers, you’ll probably find it on YouTube, too. And, if reruns on TV have you aimlessly channel surfing, check out original shows offered exclusively online by “Internet TV producers.”What It Is
YouTube is a free service that has grown and evolved into a powerful online community where people can watch, post and discuss videos. Anyone can visit the site and watch millions of publicly shared videos. If you want to comment about videos or share videos privately, you’ll need to register as a user.An Engaging Community
Technically, YouTube works thanks to Adobe Flash Video technology, but what really makes it work as an online service is its ability to engage users and create buzz. For starters, users can rate YouTube videos with up to five stars. Top-rated videos are more likely to be recommended to viewers or fall in the “featured” category.On YouTube, it’s incredibly easy to share your own or another’s video content. You can email video links or use built-in, single-click tools for showing friends on MySpace, Facebook, Twitter, Digg and other social networking sites what you’ve been watching-and tell them what you think about it. If you have a blog or website, YouTube provides you with the code you need to embed videos, too. No matter how you choose to share, your friends will be able to share it with their friends who will share it with their friends who will share it with their friends.You can imagine how quickly a video can “turn viral.”After watching a YouTube video, the site makes every attempt to keep you engaged by recommending other similar videos you may want to watch. You can very quickly go from watching one video to spending your whole evening on YouTube.Your Broadcast Station
If you are ready to share your own videos, there are several options for making your debut. You can instantly record and post video using your computer’s webcam, iPhone 3G-S and some newer iPods. Although it may take an extra step or two, sharing digital video taken with a Flip video camera or camcorder is still noobie-friendly as long as the video is less than 2 GB in size and 10 minutes long.When uploading a video, it’s especially important to determine if you want it to be a publicly or privately shared. Choosing the private setting means only 25 other people will be able to access your video and you will not be able to use some of YouTube’s video sharing features.If you decide to share your video with the world, be sure to add tags. Tags describe your video and will help your video appear as relevant results to searches for the words in your tag.Your New Obsession
If you haven’t already tried YouTube, hopefully this brief introduction will give you the confidence you need to start exploring and experimenting. Whether you are a video watcher, video poster or both, YouTube has plenty to keep you engaged, informed and entertained. Here are just a few ways YouTube might enhance your life.Video Watching

See the Super Bowl commercials you missed while getting another snack.
Watch news from other states or countries and compare it to local coverage.
Look for your child’s favorite shows or performances of his favorite songs.
Find a person or “channel” with content you like and subscribe so you’ll be notified about their new posts.
Listen to videos. Some videos aren’t videos at all but a way to post music, speeches or other audio content.
Video Posting

Record yourself reading a bedtime book to your grandchild who lives far away.
Create a video blog post so your readers can see you in action.
Send video birthday greetings to someone far away.
Share video of your child in her first performance with grandparents or other relatives.
Record sports practice and make the video available to everyone on the team.

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August 11, 2013 at 12:18 am

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How to Take Advantage of Obama’s Home Refinance and Modification Stimulus Plan

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Everyone is aware of the tough financial times facing average Americans. President Barack Obama is no exception and in response to these difficult times has released his “Home Affordability Plan”. This mortgage stimulus plan helps homeowners refinance or modify their mortgage into a fixed 4.5% interest rate. The rising number of foreclosures, and the growing number of unemployed homeowners has created the perfect storm for this mortgage crisis. Home values drop buy as much as 9% when a near by house is foreclosed on.This mortgage stimulus plan will help stabilize the market and allow homeowners and home buyers more confidence in their most valuable asset, their home. This refinancing stimulus plan was enacted in early March and since then millions of dollars have been saved by homeowners taking advantage. The ultimate goal of this refinance plan is to allow homeowners who were or would have been denied a mortgage refinance or modification due to bad credit, low equity, having owing more on a mortgage than the home is actually worth. With this plan, mortgage lenders and banks receive benefits from the Government for every at risk homeowner they approve for a refinance or modification. This means that actually getting approved for a refinance is easier than ever. Combine that with the current near all time low interest rates and you can easily save hundreds of dollars per month.Here are some eligibility requirements for this mortgage stimulus refinance plan from Obama.The home that is to be refinanced must be the primary residence of the homeowner. Investment and second properties are not covered under this plan.Homeowners can owe as much as 105% of the value of their property and still qualify for refinancing or modification.Homeowners who have a mortgage backed by either Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae automatically qualify for a loan modification. This new loan will make mortgage payments no higher than 38% of the homeowners gross monthly income.Homeowners who are facing a foreclosure or defaulting on their mortgage may refinance into a fixed rate mortgage, ideally with an interest rate of 4.5%The Federal Reserve is looking into keeping interest rates at a fixed 4.5% for all homeowners.Overall, the requirements needed to be eligible for this refinancing plan from Obama are pretty broad. Over 6 million homeowners qualify for either a mortgage refinance or modification which will save them hundreds of dollars every month on mortgage payments. This money can be used for home improvements, other debts, or for whatever you would like. Do some basic research on potential mortgage lenders and apply for some quotes. Choose the best quote that will meet your needs and proceed from there. Refinancing a home mortgage can be a great thing if it is done right. However, if you refinance the wrong way, it will cost you thousands of dollars and possibly your home. Patience and research are the best ways to ensure the best mortgage refinance possible.

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August 10, 2013 at 8:48 pm

Tamron AF 70-300mm f/4.0-5.6 SP Di VC USD XLD for Nikon Digital SLR Cameras

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  • Warning: This lens is not compatible with the Nikon 1 FT1 adapter and the firmware 1.1!
  • High resolution thru use of XLD glass
  • New USD (Ultra Silent Drive) motor for fast and quiet AF
  • VC anti-shake mechanism for steady shooting
  • Dual format Di design for use on fullframe and smaller sensor cameras
  • Best-in-Class Optical Performance
  • High resolution thru use of XLD glass
  • New USD (Ultra Silent Drive) motor for fast and quiet AF
  • VC anti-shake mechanism for steady shooting
  • Dual format Di design for use on fullframe and smaller sensor cameras

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August 9, 2013 at 11:24 pm

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Increasing Your Privacy Online With Encryption And VPN Technology

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For many people Internet security is not a very big concern however if you stop to think about it you will realize that this could be a mistaken viewpoint. Increasing amounts of your personal information are transferred or stored online and often this data is fairly easy for malicious types to tap into and make use of to their gain and your detriment.The good news is that it does not have to be particularly hard to insulate yourself from this type of online threat especially with some of the quality, free software technology available to us. Broadly speaking encryption is the ultimate privacy enhancer when it comes to the online world. Encryption comes in many different forms but regardless of the way it is implemented it is one of the main foundations on which many privacy related measures are built.If we look at Virtual Private Networks to enhance the security of our data as it’s being transported across the Internet we find encryption in use to create the secure tunnel through which the data passes on it’s way to the VPN provider’s servers. Shopping cart and eCommerce software of all types uses the Secure Sockets Layer encryption technology to protect our credit card data when we purchase products. Websites that require the user to log in are increasingly implementing SSL technology as well.In the data storage field we find encryption in use on USB flash drives as well as cloud storage technologies and in full drive encryption tools. This is all very beneficial for consumers and users of technology in a world where unrestricted access to digital data can be harmful to your personal and financial privacy.You can easily harness the power of these technologies for your own benefit by signing up for a VPN service, downloading free encryption software and learning more about practical methods that will give you the best return for your time spent. Signing up for a VPN and configuring your computer to use it is actually quite easy. If you aren’t sure what VPN provider to choose look for reviews of services from popular, established VPN providers. Many provide detailed set up information in the support section of their websites and there are often how-to videos that will demonstrate the steps you need to get started.If you are a frequent traveler a VPN is a must have service to connecting securely to the Internet over often insecure wireless networks. Another excellent tool for the traveler is full drive encryption software which will help you protect the contents of your laptop’s hard drive even if it is stolen otherwise likely to be searched.Whatever methods you research to improve your privacy online just remember that you are preparing now so that in the future you won’t wish you had done it after something unfortunate happens to your important data.

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August 9, 2013 at 11:22 pm

Sigma 340101 35mm F1.4 DG HSM Lens for Canon (Black)

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  • Lens Construction: 13 Elements in 11, Groups Angle of VieW: 63.4, Number of Diaphragm Blades: 9
  • Maximum aperture: 1.4, Minimum Aperture: 16, Minimum Focusing Distance: 30 cm/11.8 in, Filter Size: 67mm
  • Floating inner focusing system for extremely high optical performance for close up photos

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August 9, 2013 at 8:09 pm

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Moving to a Client Server Based Network

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Many smaller businesses tend to have a limited understanding of the difference between peer to peer networking and making the leap to a proper client server network. Over the last few months, Microsoft has upgraded its operating systems and applications for servers, notably Windows Server 2008, SQL Server 2008 and brining out Service Pack 1 for Exchange Server 2007. In doing so, they have brought out a very powerful, co-ordinated product offering for organisations from small businesses to the largest corporation.This can provide some of the advantages in time saving and efficiency to small businesses that have, hitherto, only been accessible to larger organisations.Windows Server 2008When you put a server in place, you need an operating system specifically designed to operate in a client sever environment, hence Windows Server 2008.One of the main advantages that this gives, is in security. The new technologies in Windows Server 2008 help prevent unauthorized connections to your networks, servers, data, and user accounts. Any computer that attempts to access you network runs into Network Access Protection (NAP) which makes sure that they comply with your organization’s security policy. As importantly, BitLocker Drive Encryption gives greater protection against data theft in the event that server hardware is lost or stolen, as well as providing more secure data deletion when your servers are eventually decommissioned.The Server Manager provides a single console that simplifies server set up , configuration and management as well as allowing administrators to automate routine tasks over multiple servers.If your business relies on remote workers, has satellite shops or offices, or needs to provide access to company data for sales representatives, Terminal Services RemoteApp provides this. Authorised staff can easily access standard Windows-based programs from anywhere by running them on a terminal server instead of directly on a client computer – without the need for a complicated virtual private network (VPN).Sharepoint, which comes with Windows Server 2008, provides the ability to share applications like Excel spreadsheets, which can be accessed and updated by staff, whether in the office or remotely. It provides a focal point for company and or team activity which can really boost productivity by having one set of documents that every one can access and update directly.Exchange Server 2007 SP1MIcrosofts Exchange Server 2007 is another invaluable aid to keeping everyone up to date and coordinated. It provides e-mail messaging, calendar organisation and unified messaging. It provides built in protection against spam and malware attacks with an integrated, IP based block-and-allow list based on sender reputation and are automatically updated. Administrators can also create additional IP allow-or-deny lists if necessary.The Calendar Attendant helps to reduce conflicting appointments by limiting calendar items (request, declines, accepts) in the inbox to the latest version. It also shows meeting requests as tentative on individual calendars until all the people invited to attend the meeting reply.In addition to Exchange Management Shell, the Public Folder Management Console lets administrators quickly manage public folders, including creation, deletion, and the replication configuration of individual folders.SQL Server 2008Of course, one of the great strengths, and main reasons for having a proper server based network is providing access to a common database for a number of concurrent users. Whether this is to control information , such as stock movements or provide information for customers from an e-commerce website, SQL Server 2008 delivers integrated services that let you query, search, synchronize, report and analyze data. Furthermore, as it is stored in an organisation’s server and accessed by desktops and mobile devices, it can be simultaneously updated and queried without having to manage replication issues.The reporting engine in SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services allows you to integrate and report on data from a number of functions within the company. Large and complex reports can be produced in various formats, including list, chart, table, and matrix. They can incorporate data from Oracle, SQL Server, DB2 and many other sources and then you can preview, print and publish the reports with the integral report builder. You can also export it easily to Office 2007 products such as Excel to manipulate it into “what if” scenarios or Word for presentations and reports.ConclusionEvery business has its own, individual, problems and what would be a critical benefit for one company, would be irrelevant to another, so it is not possible to cover all the features and benefits that might be relevant to all businesses. Suffice it to say, that, if you run a small to medium sized business, it would be worth examining the advantages that you might experience by moving to a proper client server network.

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August 9, 2013 at 8:06 pm