Core infrastructure


Core infrastructure


Servers can offer better management of users, personal computers, and software on your corporate network, as well as improve the level of security in the company. This can involve a certain level of investment, both in monetary terms and in terms of choice of a correct solution, one that will serve the goals of the organization. Therefore, be sure to investigate the various solutions before deciding to dive in. Sinopia Technologies has extensive experience in adapting the right server to the need of the organization, taking into account the budget and the existing environment. For more details, contact us, and we will be happy to adapt the exact solution for you.

Enterprise servers

When you sit in a restaurant and order food, the waiter brings you what you requested; this is exactly what happens on the network.

However, the server does not bring the customer food; rather, it provides him with the requested content.  In the restaurant, you are the customer who orders food, but on the network, your device is the customer, and the system that provides the content is the server.

In a network, there are many types of servers, such as mail servers, web servers, application servers, database server, and more. They all, without exception, follow the “model – response to the request only” procedure, which means that when someone asks the server for something, it will interpret the request as asking for an action in the context of the request, and after processing, it will return the response. Today, the most common model is the client/server model.

The client/server model

The “client/server model,” is one in which the client is the user who sends each request; the server validates the request, builds a response accordingly, and returns a reply to the client. For example: a user clicks on a link while browsing the Internet; in the meantime, behind the scenes, a number of things happen: the request for the web page is transferred to the appropriate Web server, the server extracts and assembles the web page and re-transmits it using a protocol such as  HTTP, and, finally, the user’s browser receives the response, converts it, and displays the requested page to the user.

Today, servers perform a number of essential tasks, and are a crucial part of your organization’s entire IT infrastructure. They are basically why communication technology has become so advanced in recent years. Thanks to servers, every piece of data, every email, every website, can be located, and let’s face it – without the servers, the Internet would not exist. And as the servers evolve, so does the technology around them, Remember the cloud? It was made possible by the development of servers.

The benefits of servers in the enterprise

  • A server prevents data loss by automatically backing up data, and enables your organization to easily retrieve deleted files and restore previous versions.
  • A server provides security to the corporate network by limiting  access only to users who are allowed to access the information.
  • The server allows the organization to provide high-speed Internet access.
  • The server gives your organization’s users the ability to access your organization’s data wherever they are, which significantly improves throughput.

Your infrastructure with our touch – that, in simplicity, is the story of Sinopia Technologies.

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