A Quick SMB Guide to HP ProLiant Servers

Monday Jul 25th 2011 by Drew Robb
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Our expert sorts out what's new in HP's ProLiant server family, and which models make the most sense for small business.

Is your small business on the cusp of stepping up to its first server, or do your small business server needs require a more sophisticated feature set? From entry-level file servers to blade, rack-mount and virtual, HP offers a range of servers suitable for small business and beyond.

Our experts at ServerWatch track the latest models available in HP's ProLiant line of servers and point you toward the one appropriate to your needs.


Since our last HP buyer's guide, the company has continued to expand the HP ProLiant server line across all categories of servers, including rack, tower, blade and scale-out lines. In September 2010, HP (NYSE: HPQ) introduced the first ProLiant MicroServer, a cost-effective starter server aimed at small businesses with fewer than 10 clients.

Read the complete article: HP ProLiant Servers Buyer's Guide

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