A server dedicated to hosting a service or services for users. Hosting servers are most often used for hosting Web sites but can also be used for hosting files, images, games and similar content. Hosting servers can be shared among many clients (shared hosting servers) or dedicated to a single client (dedicated servers), the latter of which is particularly common for larger Web sites where the hosting needs of the Web site owner necessitate more control and/or bandwidth.
- Exchange email
A line of messaging and collaborative software from Microsoft that is comprised of an email server, email client, and several groupware applications. The Microsoft Exchange line is prevalent in large corporations and is frequently used in conjunction with Microsoft Outlook. Exchange Server enables a company’s users to securely access communications like e-mail messages, voice mail, […]
- management software
Management software is a general phrase used to describe a category of computer software designed to help streamline the complexity of large projects and tasks as well as facilitate team collaboration and project reporting. Most management software solutions can also handle resource and employee management, schedule coordination, task assignment, budgeting, time and risk analysis and […]
- inventory software
Software designed to help businesses manage inventory, sales, purchasing, shipping and related functions. Inventory management software solutions often work with barcode, RFID and wireless tracking technology to support inventory tracking and control. The general term of inventory software can encompass additional aspects of a company’s operations — including warehouse management systems, supply chain management and […]
- remote software
Software for controlling a computer remotely via another device that’s connected through a network or the Internet. Remote desktop software enables the user to see and control a connected PC as though they are sitting directly in front of it. Remote access and desktop control software options include Windows-based applications such as Citrix Systems’ GoToMyPC, […]
- Network Software
A general phrase for software that is designed to help set up, manage, and/or monitor computer networks. Networking software applications are available to manage and monitor networks of all sizes, from the smallest home networks to the largest enterprise networks.