When I first launched my business, we didn't have much to work with other than a few computers and some freeware for processing and billing orders. My team spent a lot of time saving things on disk and then passing them around in order to get things done. Once the business got off the ground and we had money coming in, I decided it was time to set up a network.
A local computer service sent out a technician to help with the plan. That included investing in a server and connecting each computer to the device. With the hub in place, my employees could now access databases residing on the server and save a lot of time.
If you are ready to set up a network, let me tell you why professional help is needed. You'll soon see why this worked best for you, your business, and your employees.