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A computer and associated software that control a central repository of data, files and/or applications which can be accessed and/or manipulated in some way by client computers.
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IT staff are usually required to understand the inner workings of Exchange Server or to know exactly when and how the Exchange Server application needs to be disabled and enabled during the restore process.
Because backups are usually spread over many pieces of backup media, the location of the content may not automatically be tracked, and multiple restore operations must be performed on the Exchange Server application itself.
The three-tiered backup approach makes it possible to restore the computer that is hosting Exchange Server as well as the Exchange Server application itself, individual mailboxes, or even a single e-mail message.
Nasdaq:EMLX), the world's largest supplier of fibre channel host adapters, Tuesday announced that it is a supplier of fibre channel technology to the Intel (R) Server Applications Enabling Program, and is assisting in the development of system solutions offered by Intel to its OEM customers.
The Intel Server Applications Enabling Program, announced today at PC Expo, is intended to assist Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) build, configure and ship Intel-architecture based server solutions.
RADWARE, an international leader in IP load balancing, and Bright Tiger Technologies, a leading provider of Web site resource management software, have entered into a marketing/development partnership to provide a range of solutions for mission critical Internet/Intranet site server applications.
Wind/U's support for the broadest range of Microsoft technologies across the most target platforms makes it the superior choice for delivering sophisticated cross-platform products, including enterprise-wide client and server applications.
Blazing Performance for Client and Server Applications