What is Microsoft Windows Small Business Server?
Microsoft Windows Small Business Server (commonly referred to as SBS 2003, SBS 2008, or SBS 2011) is for companies that want a cost effective way to get access to some of the best Microsoft technologies. Such as:
Microsoft Exchange 2003 / 2008 / 2010 - Centralized and easy to manage email server, shared calendars, public folders, Outlook Web Access, Outlook over RPC, and shared mailboxes are just some of the more popular features.
Remote Web Workplace - Lets you access the desktop of your computer at the office, connect to your office network, or access the companies internal website.
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 (with SBS 2003) or Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (with SBS 2008 and SBS 2011 Standard) - A powerful database server that is available with the SBS Premium Editions.
Windows SharePoint Services - Online collaboration with document libraries, shared tasks, announcements, and online document review. This is a great starting for building internal web applications.
Who is Microsoft Small Business Server for?
Companies that have less than 75 users or computers, companies that want to install their first file server, companies that are upgrading an existing Windows file server, and companies that want to add either Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft SQL server to their current environment.
Why choose PC Consulting to help setup your Small Business Server Network?
Our consultants have a lot of experience with all versions of Small Business Server. In the last 5 years months we have migrated clients from older versions of Small Business Server to the latest 2011 version, setup new SBS 2008 installations, migrated workgroups to SBS 2003, moved existing Windows 2000 and 2003 active directory domains to Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 R2, and have even helped clients who have grown out of SBS using the Microsoft Transition Pack.