Posted by Lasey on March 28th, 2011
Many servers abound promising optimum reliability and performance.However, the two that stands out to me are the Power 520 from the IBM Power6 Servers line and the AS/400 server from IBM, which I both use on my two businesses.
I am using the Power 520 for my small accounting business, and I am very satisfied with its performance. My applications, server and systems need are met. I am not much of a technical person but I know that my server is working very well because first, it does have never overheated. My old server bogged down several times because of overheating but this one has never given me such problem. It runs using a 65-nonometer process geometry, high-bandwidth buses run 75 GB per second technology. In layman’s term it simply means - no overheat.
My other server are the AS/400 servers, also from IBM (I have full confidence in IBM’s technology). I use it to maintain several chat sites (yes, a technically challenged person like me has a chat site). My programmers said it is the best one for me to buy because it works very well with the Java application they are using. I can tell it is really working well because my programmers are smiling and work is flowing smoothly.
Posted by Lasey on March 23rd, 2011
As a computer enthusiast, one of my prize possessions is having the HP Proliant Servers. One of the best and reliable servers anyone could wish for. I have tried several brands of servers before, but I was not as pleased as now. I bought mine as a secondhand from a generous friend who is also a computer savvy person.
What I love about this is that the processors and memory, handle large amount of data in which I badly need for a game enthusiast like me. Along with that, it provides an excellent cooling system for the computer. Awesome, isn’t it? It is an advantage for having a computer unit in a tropical country like ours.
Normally, buying a new HP server such as Proliant Server and HP Blade System Serverswould cost your arm and leg. Yet, there are also several sites in the Internet that offers secondhand items. It is efficient acquiring it that way since money nowadays is hard toearn. I would say having this server is one of a kind and a very cost effective way of having quality service on hand.
Posted by Lasey on March 22nd, 2011
Most people think of value as being the same with an item’s purchase price which is not the case at all especially for electronic devices like computers and gadgets. What many don’t realize is that the real value of an object is measured by what it gives to the owner. Take the latest computer server model with a price tag of $1,000 for example. If bought for home use, the value the owner can get is very small compared with his investment. But used in the workplace, he can easily get back his investment before it depreciates in value. This is why buying used IBM pSeries for use in business is a great deal to have.
Used IBM pSeries servers give more value to business operators because of two essential factors; cost and maintenance support. Buying an important piece of equipment for a much lesser price automatically reduces the cost of doing business while having excellent technical support not only removes the need to hire a maintenance crew but also extends the life of the machine even further. Now this is true bang for the buck.
Posted by Lasey on August 26th, 2010
In the days of the typewriter, the biggest problem in file management came from lack of space. As paper files were stacked atop one another, huge file cabinets were required to store and preserve them for future use. Today with computers space is no longer an issue since most companies have turned to HP Storage for data safekeeping and retrieval. But still there are storage problems that need to be addressed.
Offices with multiple computers often need to share files often and individual storage makes it difficult and slow. Storing files in one computer that need to be accessed from another is a nightmare especially if the user assigns passwords and other security features. This pose a really big problem when the person in charge of the file is not around.
For this reason HP SAN was developed. Data retrieval and sharing is faster and easier. SAN stands for Storage Area Network. This means all data and files can be saved in one location but can be accessed from different areas in the work place. It’s particularly useful for email sharing and file storage for big files like videos.
Posted by Lasey on August 13th, 2010
A virus infected our workstations and our operations came to a halt. My boss asked what was happening and I said that we were probably attacked by a virus. We tried to access our important files, but to no avail. The data on our hard disks is very important and we need those files recovered as soon as possible. We immediately called our IT department to call PC experts that specializes in recover data from hard drive Raleigh.
They said that they manage to contact someone that specializes in computer repairs and have experience in network backup solutions NC. He immediately started working on the problem and began the recovery of data. He fixed our workstations by installing software that prevents virus from entering our PC. He said that we should be more careful whenever we access files in the internet because new types of spywares and malwares tend to attack with just a click of a button. We were relieved to get our files back and made copies of them right away, in case something similar happens. This is a lesson well learned for all of us.
Posted by Lasey on June 10th, 2010
I was able to target a project and mid-size firm that are practicing significant storage growth, the HP Storage Platform helped me to improve efficiency and simplify operations.
I have learned the modern split-path structural design of the HP Storage as well as it provides virtual volume provisioning and centrally administered storage pooling of HP and non-HP storage platforms. Thus, it enables top performance, high scalability, and high accessibility of every package resources while also carrying substantial developments to managing enterprise storage, and it well reduced costs and improving advantage utilization. By improving the application recovery via well integrated low-capacity snapshots and virtual disk group technologies, we can easily recover faster to any failures whatsoever.
Using the HP San, I have started experiencing the advantages of an innovative storage infrastructure with an effortless implementing an all-inclusive packaging. Looking back from where I have started, robust remote and local mirroring capabilities are a heck of a problem. By mitigating plans downtime, I have increased application accessibility with a centralized heterogeneous remote and local mirroring solution.
I have also improved the asset utilization with merely thin provisioning. It means that it allows an administrator the capability to condition small volumes and produce them vigorously as how the application needs it, considerably improving facility utilization, and having a low capital expenses.
Posted by Lasey on June 9th, 2010
I wanted to set up some web servers at home and an FTP site as well so that when I am not at home and have some important documents needed I could still access them online. I was looking at IBM xSeries Servers for the main servers. However when I checked online for present prices of the brand new ones, I almost choked! I could not afford to buy the brand new ones for they are way over my budget. If I bought them, I would not be able to travel anymore.
I was almost willing to give it up when a friend of mine suggested checking for used xSeries servers that are for sale over the Internet. That useful information gave me hope and I immediately searched online for a store that sells used servers. I was able to find one and was happy about the low prices that they gave me that I purchased them right away. I am now waiting for the delivery of the equipment and I can’t wait to set it up. I am finally able to make my dream set up come true.
Posted by Lasey on June 7th, 2010
I always wanted to find the right computer server for me. I found it very difficult to trust websites that do not seem to show anything being genuine. So I really had to ask which websites are well-trusted by majority or else I will just be another victim of a hoax.
My office mate told me about this IBM pSeries website and it helped me a lot. Not only were they very accommodating, but they had almost all kinds of servers you could think of. I was able to purchase 2 servers, the POWER5 pSeries system and the RS/6000 systems. Both are working well. The Used pSeries server website even made sure that I was aware of their non-DOA guarantee. This states that if my purchased item is not functioning, it would be replaced with a new one free of charge! When I heard about this I knew that I was in good hands.
I also wanted to get an upgrade with my system and this website also provided it. I had all of the things I need, because the company made sure that I wasn’t lacking of anything. They really work like professionals. I have never come across such great technicians! Very great service!