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Linux Operating System

The leading supplier of Web Server operating systems, Linux is powerful and reliable.

Network Security

The server can act as a local firewall/filter or can function behind an external firewall/filter. This prevents unauthorized external access to PC users connected to the network, while the filter mechanism can be used to prohibit access to undesirable websites.

Anti-Virus and Anti-Spam

Industry leading anti-virus and spam filtering software at server level.


The server provides a unique email address for each user, which securely follows that user wherever he/she logs on, whether locally or via the Web.

Microsoft/Apple File Server

Users can use any computer on the LAN to access his/her private and public folders on the server.

Remote Monitoring

The system is remotely monitored via the Internet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for hardware and software performance.

Web sites Hosting

The server provides the ability to host and maintain an externally facing Web sites and an intranet.

Automatic Online Back-up

A complete backup of all files is automatically performed each night on the server. If a file is destroyed it can easily be restored.

DHCP Server

The server dynamically allocates IP addresses and automatically configures the client machine.

Redundant System

Multiple hard drives are provided so that in the unlikely event the primary drive is lost, operations will immediately resume on the back-up system.

Power Failure Protection

An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) provides continuous power in the event of a power failure, enabling the server to shut down safely. When power is restored, the server automatically restarts to resume normal operations.


The system provides both dynamic and policy caching facilities, which dramatically speed up access to web content. The content management system allows users to index, share and retrieve web and multimedia content easily and quickly.

Content Filtering

Users can be protected from objectionable or inappropriate content on the Internet. A content filter allows administrators to set and enforce the standard of what is and what is not appropriate material. The system provides Proxy or "allow only" lists, and URL "Web Blocking", while simultaneously connecting to existing government filter services if required.