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Server-Based Networks

Server-based networking provides you with the ability to build large networks that offer a greater range of resources to users (when compared to peer-to-peer networks). This is because a number of different, specialized server types (such as mail and database servers) can be included on the network.

Server-based networks also provide you with greater centralized control of resources and make it easier to add additional computers, users, and resources (again, when compared to peer-to-peer networks). Server-based networks are scalable networks, meaning they are easily expandable.


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