A facility housing a large-scale computer or computer servers is known as a data centre. This could be anything from a small room or closet, known as a server room to a massive secured and cooled warehouse known as a data centre. These computers are used to run software, store information and send and receive packets of information. The term server in its simplest definition means a computer that is capable of processing requests and transferring information between computers over either an intranet or the internet. Many global companies along with governmental departments will have their own datacentre, using dedicated servers known as Servidores Dedicados in Spanish to run their computer systems from a centralised facility. Datacentres are also home to server resources available to hire to individuals or private businesses in order to scale up or make use of ‘cloud’ services.

 

Technically a single desktop PC could act as a server and providing either backup storage or running software over a local network. This might work ok from home use or a small company network with just a few users but the bigger the computer network the more computation power, along with a more reliable setup that is designed specifically to process multiple requests at high speed and stay online without any outages or breakdowns. Instead for reliable and scalable servers you can outsource a dedicated server, Servidor Dedicado, this will give you instant access to additional computer power but without the need to buy and maintain your own hardware. It is a great idea also to make use of a remote server as a fail safe back up for your computer data. Keeping a separate backup in another location is wise in case your computers and local backups are damaged or lost. If they are kept in the same place them local backups, then local backups are as good as useless if there is a break in or

 

There are many different data centres service companies to choose from so it can be confusing to decide which one to pick. Some pointers of what to look for include companies that offer a range of different packages – so you can find one that best suits your needs – or better still a fully customisable solution. Check out their reviews and see if they any history of cyber attach or breach, planned or unplanned outages. You will also want to look for a company that makes integration easy. They should not require you to install proprietary software or reconfigure any of your hardware or settings. Also make sure that you are contracting directly with a server provider and not a reseller or virtual data centre. One company which ticks all the boxes and more besides is Serveris. They pride themselves on their aim to provide 100% reliability by monitoring closely their systems at all times. They also offer a team of customer service agents who will understand you needs and fully customisable offerings. They also have the latest smart technology and Tier IV Data Centre Technology.