Mail Server Setup & Configure
Outgoing mail servers are known as SMTP, or Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, servers. Incoming mail servers come in two main varieties. POP3 or Post Office Protocol, version 3, servers are best known for storing sent and received messages on PCs’ local hard drives.
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Active Directory (AD) is a directory service that Microsoft developed for Windows domain networks. It is included in most Windows Server operating systems as a set of processes and services. Initially, Active Directory was only in charge of centralized domain management.
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Web Server & DB support
Setup your Own Web server with MySQL Database at your own network redirected from cPanel may provide extra security to your Database.
- Provide database privacy.
- Provide your application source code security.
- Mainly suitable for e-commerce business.
- Database Replication.
DHCP assigns an IP address when a system is started.
YOU DON’T NEED TO PAY ATTENTION TO ASSIGN IP.
FTP Server Setup & Maintenance
One of the most common uses for FTP is online file storage, or ‘file hosting’. Files that are stored on an FTP server are accessible via the internet. That means your files don’t have to be anchored to your local machine. If you store them online with FTP, you can reach them from anywhere with web access.
Furthermore, FTP online file storage allows you to back up your files, so that in the event of a hardware failure on your local PC, all your files are still safe and sound on the FTP site. FTP server space is also usually more plentiful than a crowded home computer, making online file storage that much more desirable.
Saving Money on Printing and shipping. Faster file transfer.
VPN Server installation
VPN server lets you connect to your Office LAN over the internet via a secure IP-IP tunnel. You can use, access any of the office LAN resources staying outside the office using the internet.
Firewall Setup & Support
A firewall works as a barrier, or a shield, between your PC and cyber space. When you are connected to the Internet, you are constantly sending and receiving information in small units called packets. The firewall filters these packets to see if they meet certain criteria set by a series of rules, and thereafter blocks or allows the data. This way, hackers cannot get inside and steal information such as bank account numbers and passwords from you. Besides this, unnecessary URL can be blocked to office productivity hamper.