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Server and Networking

Your Network and Servers Are the Lifeblood of Your Business

Even a small problem with any one part of your network can adversely affect all computers and servers and bring your business to a virtual halt.

As your IT partner, you can count on Visual Edge It to diligently monitor and support your network. Our real-time network monitoring often discovers and resolves problems before you are even aware of them.

Our vigilance allows us to react and quickly fix problems so you can continue your work without missing a beat.

Network Management

Information thieves, hackers, and viruses all pose serious threats, not only to your network but also to the health of your business. Protection begins with a security audit to determine your network’s vulnerability.

Then we put a system in place that’s constantly checking on patches, ports, passwords, and firewalls – all the ways hackers and virus writers try to get into your network and cause problems.

With constant network monitoring, we’ll know when there’s a surge in activity that indicates trouble and we’ll manage it so the safety of your company’s information, and that of your clients, is never compromised.

With Visual Edge IT’s Server and Networking services, you can expect:

  • Network Element Configuration Backup
  • Online Case Management
  • Network & VPN Access Administration
  • Service Desk and Network & VPN  Access Administration
  • Support for PC hardware and standard software
  • WAP  Configuration & Maintenance
  • IT Asset Management & Inventory
  • Warranty & Service Contract Tracking

Additional Advanced Network Solutions Available:

  • External High-Security Penetration Audit & Remediation
  • Network Security & Vulnerability Mitigation Audit & Remediation

Server Management

Your servers support your data, security, and applications you use every day, they’re the very heart of your system.

With Visual Edge IT’s Server and Networking services, you can expect:

  • 24×7 Security & Alert Monitoring
  • Anti-Virus & Software Patch Alerts & Updates
  • Critical Event Monitoring
  • Mission Critical Application Monitoring
  • Microsoft Patch Management & Security Updates
  • Backup Monitoring & Administration
  • File Share Permissions Management
  • SQL & Exchange Server Patch Management
  • Application User Security Management
  • Online Case Management
  • Server Optimization
  • Spyware, Adware & Virus Monitoring & Removal
  • IT Asset Management & Inventory
  • Warranty & Service Contract Tracking
  • SQL & Exchange Maintenance

If your networks and servers aren’t functioning properly, your company’s bottom line will suffer.

Let a Visual Edge IT manage them for you so you can enjoy more productivity, reduced downtime, and ultimately higher profits.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the difference between server and network?

A server is a place where information is stored for global things like applications on your phone, databases, and internet information. On the other hand, networks are a local platform that allows your personal computer, tablet, or phone to “talk to” a server in order to access the information on that server.

What is a server in networking and what its types?

A network server is essentially a computer that allows other computers access to specific documents, resources, or other shared data. This allows computers underneath one umbrella of a business or a home, to communicate with one another and share resources without any sort of physical connection. There are many different types of network servers, most commonly you might see a mail server, a client server, or even a proxy server.

What is the importance of a network server?

When you have one powerful computer that allows all of the other computers to connect to your network for you business, this is known as a network server. Businesses use a network server to allow a computer network to exists within their business. Most commonly, these servers allow you to have shared information between all of the different people and employees within your business. The information that is most commonly shared are files, email management systems, and applications that everyone needs access to.

What is a server?

A computer that shared data with other computers located in a common network is referred to as a server. Servers can be run on two different types of systems: a local area network (wired into the computers) or a wide area network (based on the internet). There are many different types of servers that a company might use. Most commonly, companies use web servers, mail servers, and file servers. The different types of servers that a company uses require different types of software to be run on the individual computers. These streamline the way the company accesses these different types of processes across the board.

Where do I find my server IP address?

If you want to find the IP address that is associated with a specific server, then you will have to follow different protocol for each of the servers you want to locate. This is going to be different for each of the servers and hosts for those servers. You will need to look up specific information about the type of server that you run in order to understand how to find your server’s IP address.

Why businesses are using servers?

Most commonly, businesses use a server to allow each of their employees to access the data, resources, and software that they need in order to perform their job. Using a server is the fastest and most practical method for allowing a multitude of employees to access a server at any point in time.