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SANS DIGITAL TowerSTOR TS1UT+B 1-Bay 3.5" SATA to USB 3.0 / eSATA Enclosure
SANS DIGITAL TowerSTOR TS1UT+B 1-Bay 3.5" SATA to USB 3.0 / eSATA Enclosure
  • Drive: SATA
  • OS Supported: Windows 7, 2000, XP, Vista, and Windows Server 2003,2008, MAC (Time Machines ready) and Linux
  • Power Supply: Input: 100~240V, 50~60Hz, 0.5A Output: 12V/2A
  • Dimensions: 1.50" x 9.50" x 4.75"
  • Model #: TS1UT+B
  • Item #: N82E16816111216
  • Return Policy: International Order Return Policy
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  • 136.50Dh 
  • Est. Shipping Fee 208.89Dh
  • Eligible for Free Shipping

SANS DIGITAL TowerSTOR ST-SAN-TS22UT6G 2 Bay 2.5" SATA to USB 3.0 / eSATA RAID 0/1 Storage
SANS DIGITAL TowerSTOR ST-SAN-TS22UT6G 2 Bay 2.5" SATA to USB 3.0 / eSATA RAID 0/1 Storage
  • Drive: 2 x 2.5" SATA
  • 2.5" Drive Bays: 2 x 2.5" Tray-Less
  • OS Supported: Supports Windows, MAC and Linux
  • Power Supply: AC 100V-240V, DC + 12V / 2A or 5V / 3A
  • Model #: ST-SAN-TS22UT6G
  • Item #: N82E16816111486
  • Return Policy: International Order Return Policy
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  • 95.54Dh 
  • Est. Shipping Fee 160.69Dh
  • Eligible for Free Shipping

SANS DIGITAL TS21UT+B USB 3.0, eSATA 1 Bay 2.5" SATA to USB 3.0 / eSATA Server Storage
SANS DIGITAL TS21UT+B 1 Bay 2.5" SATA to USB 3.0 / eSATA Server Storage
  • Drive: SATA
  • 2.5" Drive Bays: 1
  • Power Supply: Input: 100~240V Output: DC+ 12V/2A or +5V/2A
  • Dimensions: 0.75" x 5.00" x 3.13"
  • Model #: TS21UT+B
  • Item #: N82E16816111459
  • Return Policy: International Order Return Policy
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  • 149.09Dh 
  • Est. Shipping Fee 160.69Dh
  • Eligible for Free Shipping

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Different server computers are used for different tasks. Whether a server is storing media files accessible over a home network, or used for enterprise database management, knowing which type of server system best suits your home or business network saves money when it comes time to buy a server.

Why would you need a server in the first place? As the number of endpoints grows beyond five or ten users, the peer-to-peer network model wherein computers communicate through the router eventually becomes inefficient and bottlenecked. A few tell-tale signs that you need a dedicated server include:

  • You have outgrown Gmail and other web-based e-mail solutions
  • You introduce applications that require a secure database
  • Network security is mandated for industry compliance, or important for the organization
  • Users need to access shared files and applications

So-called cloud servers offer leased data storage and computing resources that companies might buy in lieu of server hardware. This is ideal for a very small business or a casual home user without any server management know-how. As a company scales up it usually makes financial sense to deploy physical servers, hiring in-house (or outsourced) server management personnel, and perhaps utilizing cloud servers for redundancy or part of a backup plan.