5 Things To Consider When Buying Your First Server

Whether you are a small office or a global enterprise, a server is the lifeblood of your business – that’s why finding the right one is essential. As your business expands, you may be considering server options to help your employees collaborate, share tools and access information. Maybe you’re concerned about data that needs to be secured, or you’re thinking about what type of solution you will need in the long run. Choosing the best server for you and your business can seem like a difficult process, but really, it’s a lot simpler than you think.

First, ask yourself, “What are my business goals? What type of IT solution do I need to address my requirements? How will this server benefit me?” Essentially, consider how you will be using this server. Some common uses for servers are web hosting, email and print. If you can align your business and IT requirements, you do not have to worry about being held back as your business grows.

As you look into buying your first server, Dell and Intel® can be your trusted partner to help you choose the right server solution for your business.

To help get you started in your search, here are five tips to consider when you start looking at servers.

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