Servers & ComputersReliability + value is a great combination.
Technology should just work.
Northwest Data Services is a Dell authorized reseller and chooses Dell as the vendor for our clients’ computer needs.
Dell wins time after time for reliability especially during those high stakes moments when you need it most.
Need help choosing what to buy? Choosing the right mix of products impacts productivity and influences your bottom line. Technology is the biggest expense faced by small and midsize businesses. You need technology that can handle the operations and keep employees running at full throttle.
It’s no longer necessary to find a single, one-size-fits-all solution. Technology is increasingly affordable, which gives you many options.
There are several computer categories:
- Desktop PCs
- Thin and light laptops
- 2-in-1 convertible tablet PCs
Based on employee work patterns, your business might require a combination of the above devices.
For standard business needs, choose a computer that allows you to do basic duties such as send emails, browse the Web, create documents using Microsoft® Office, and use accounting software. The Optiplex desktop and Latitude laptop lines are great.
For power users such as engineers, designers, executives and marketing pros who need fast processors, advanced graphics, and high-resolution displays Dell’s Precision or XPS lines will typically fit your needs.
If you travel or need an on-the-go option, a Dell 2-in-1 tablet/laptop is a good choice.
NDS understands how complex and varied businesses can be, which is why we strive to address your unique needs allowing you to reach peak productivity.
BUSINESS-CLASS SERVER SOLUTIONS
Northwest Data Services has sourced hundreds of server solutions for small and midsize businesses just like yours. We have many business-class server configuration options available that will offer you power, choice, and flexibility at an affordable price. NDS can help you choose a right-sized small and midsize business server solution that works for you right now and is ready to grow when you are.
If you’re a small-business owner with multiple computers, it is probably time to consider investing in a physical or cloud-based server if you haven’t already. Servers help keep your data secure and organized and will help you run your business more efficiently. Servers provide your business with a single solution for
- Centralized email management
- Consolidated internet connectivity
- Internal web site development
- Remote access monitoring
- Mobile device support
- File and printer sharing
- Backup and restore
. . to name just a few
Choosing the right server solution starts with understanding how the server will be used. What type of applications will it be running? How critical are these functions to your company?
Simply put, a server is typically a more powerful computer than your average desktop. It is specifically engineered to deliver information and software to other computers that are linked to it by a network. Servers have the hardware to manage ethernet-cabled or wireless networking, usually through a router.