Now is the perfect time for small business owners with multiple computers to consider investing in a server, Barry Bunyi, Dell Philippines Director and Country Manager said during a media briefing today with Intel.
Bunyi noted that a server will keep data secure and organized, and will help business owners run their businesses more efficiently and professionally. A server is a business' single solution for email, Internet connectivity, internal Web sites, remote access, mobile device support, file and printer sharing, backup and restore, and more – an all-in-one package to make their business as efficient as possible especially in these trying economic times, he added.
Dell PowerEdge T110
Echoing Dell's valuable insights into the benefits of transitioning into their first real server, Prakash Mallya, Intel APJ Account Team Regional Manager noted that businesses that store and organize their data in one location allows their teams to access and share files easily, and therefore, manage business information more efficiently.
By listening to our customers and understanding their business, we noted that one of their priorities is data protection, Bunyi added.
He explained that employees who share documents between multiple computers run a significant risk of losing important files and of having multiple versions of vital documents. A server will help keep files managed and will provide a centralized location to store and organize important documents, assuring constant access to what they need, when they need it.
Dell PowerEdge T310
Our servers will protect these files from loss and corruption. Businesses will be able to easily backup information and restore files that are accidentally deleted or misplaced, and they'll never have to worry about a crashed hard drive wiping out their system again, Bunyi stated.
Dell, a leading go-to-resource for SMBs, joined forces with Intel to help businesses achieve efficiency by offering flexibility, choice and value.
To help growing businesses address these concerns and enjoy the immense benefits of its customized hardware, solutions and services, Dell offers its new 11th Generation PowerEdge servers – the PowerEdge T110, PowerEdge T210, PowerEdge T310 and PowerEdge R510 as part of the company's Efficient Enterprise portfolio.
Dell PowerEdge R510
These entry-point, one-socket servers deliver business uptime, better collaboration, reliability, and data protection at an SMB-friendly price. Powered by IntelŽ XeonŽ Processor 5500 series, they pack enough power to handle the increased data storage requirements of small to mid-sized organizations.
The PowerEdge series servers are also built to operate 24/7, enable shared access to data for better collaboration and allow remote access for employees, partners and customers. And being equipped with e-SATA ports means added external storage connectivity on the T110 and R210 models. This makes it easy to move data from a desktop or workstation that is being used as a server to a first real server. It's as simple as unplugging e-SATA storage from the old system and moving it to the server.
Dell's partnership with Intel aims to offer customers the latest in available configurations, and with the XeonŽ Processor 5500 series you get a chip that supports dual processor server and workstation system configurations. It can also adjust to specified energy usage levels, speed-up data center transactions and customer database queries thanks to new features such as IntelŽ Turbo Boost Technology which increases system performance based on the user's needs, and Integrated Power Gates that turn off unused cores to save electricity and reduce heat.
Intel Xeon 5500 Processor
Ricky Banaag, country manager of Intel Philippines adds that the partnership is borne out of the desire of both companies to explore new ways to address customer needs. "It's also important to consider the issues customers are facing when it comes to IT, and what Intel, along with Dell is doing is to take the headaches out of IT so customers can focus on what they do best - running and growing their businesses."
For its part, Intel sees its partnership with Dell as a great way for customers to get the power and performance needed to connect a new generation of networked media platforms and improve the way customers work and live.
Together, these two IT giants help growing businesses achieve maximum returns out of their technology investments, increase business efficiency and stay competitive in the face of global economic turbulence. "It's a simple concept – customers want reliable technology that just works. Every time. Our consistent focus is on delivering reliable, easy to manage, scalable technology solutions at the very best value," Bunyi concludes.
The new Intel Xeon processor-powered Dell servers are now available in the Philippines. For more details, visit www.dell.com.