Larry Halleran

When do you think about your server? Probably not until something goes wrong. When the network is running smoothly, jobs are being routed seamlessly from prepress station to prepress station and performance is consistent— despite the large volume of digital data. The server may be the central player in a prepress environment, but, for all intents and purposes, it's an invisible man—until a network crash demands immediate attention. "Getting the best service from your server inevitably leads to a discussion about performance, because the primary objective in a production environment is to keep the [prep] work moving and the presses running," asserts

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