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can someone please help me how to start learning about  Hardware  available in the market for the servers.
kind of hardware, processors, cpu etc...

i am a majorly windows guy so looking for windows prospectives....
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by:Aaron
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Can I ask what you want to run on the servers as far as software? Also what kind of setting they will be in? If you just want network storage for a small office you might want something like a NAS box or "network attached storage". Usually easy and user friendly systems that are expandable (to some extent). Let me know what you are looking for specifically but I will keep my eye out for any articles that might be helpful for you.
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by:Greg Hejl
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There is so much ground to cover in your question....

Please review CompTIA Server+ certification

You can also contact a local Dell or HP rep and have them "show you the ropes".

If you have a specific requirement that you are looking to fill, please state what you want to accomplish and we can go from there.
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