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18 October 2014
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Server Management
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Premium service, higher accessibility, impeccable security, 24/7 monitoring, more productivity, exuberant people, increased ROI, and more.  Perhaps, every element has its own importance and collectively they make a business run. Though the task is not as easy as it sounds. But not a daydream too. Today dedicated server management solutions are available at your click. Some server manufactures the likes of IBM have made it as an inherent part of their servers. Hence, you don’t need to rely on any external IT support.

What does server management involve? How do the different fabrics of IT weave together and form a framework to let people stay productive and connected to achieve business objectives? Let’s unravel the fact, and learn about some common functionalities of server management tool.

Capacity on Demand

You know your business best. You know the peak and low time. Now, according to your business needs, you can enable or disable IT resources like processors and memory installed on your server on a temporary basis.

Power Management

Minimize the server’s processor power consumption by enabling the Power Server mode.

Rebuild Server

Reverse any untoward technical problems in a quick. Extract the configuration information from the server and rebuild the information, and get everything back on track. It’s exclusively helpful when the state of the server is In Error and the detailed state is Incomplete.

Schedule Operations

Want certain processes to run on their own? Of course you need to automate or schedule certain operations as per business demands, and you can do that in a flash.

Server Management solutions are generally administered by system management interface. You can keep a check on the various resources of the server or your network through a graphical interface. Keep a watch on various operations, service processor logs, and control your network efficiently.

Nowadays, affordable and dedicated IT support vendors are just a call away. After analyzing the reputation of the service provider, you can go with either a short or long term contract. You may seek a dedicated Chief Information Officer to take care of your IT infrastructure, and keep your business running without any technical interruption.

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