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Windows® Small Business Server 2011 by Charlie Russel and Sharon Crawford

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Chapter 11. Disk Management

Arguably the single most important function that a server provides to the rest of the network is to be a central, secure, managed file storage area. By centralizing file storage on a server, it becomes an order of magnitude easier to ensure the safety, integrity, recoverability, and availability of the core files of your business. Instead of having files spread all across the network on individual users’ computers, you have them in a single place—easier to share among collaborators, easier to back up, easier to recover in the event of a disaster, and easier to secure so that only those people who should have access to a file, do. The downside to having all your important files in a single location is the potential for ...

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