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HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 receives Server of the Year award from PC Pro!

PC Pro awarded the title of Server of the Year to the HP ProLiant MicroServer Gen8 stating, “HP’s MicroServer Gen8 towers above other entry-level servers. It’s affordable and offers unbeatable remote-management features.”



HP ProLiant MicroServer for Dummies makes life easier!

Compliments of HP, this newly released Wiley book is perfect for your SMB customers to learn about server and networking basics (and no, we’re not calling your customers dummies). 2015-05-14-Blog-699x466.jpg

Why should small businesses get their first server?

Just Right IT Business Starters. Simple IT solutions to help you launch your business.





Protect Small Business’s Data and Simplify IT with Windows Small Business Server Essentials 2011

We know that small businesses need a way to protect their data and simplify their IT. When designing the HP ProLiant MicroServer with SBS Essentials we kept this in mind and have launched many great features to help small businesses keep their data safe and make IT simpler.

Meet the HP ProLiant MicroServer-Athlon II

The HP ProLiant MicroServer powered by the AMD Athlon II processor is an exciting product that can keep your small-business customers on solid ground without breaking the bank. Designed for customers with up to 10 connected employees who need to move beyond the typical peer-to-peer network. The MicroServer helps them save time and money, enables sharing and accessing data from any location in a secure fashion, and promotes quick response times. It also fills the need to back up their data and restore accidentally deleted files.

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