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Hi, I am looking to start a small business that would need a FTP server for about 20-50 clients. Each client would be transferring data to our FTP daily ranging from 100mb up to 100gigs of data. I have extensive knowledge on PCs but not to much about servers. Would anyone be able to give me an idea...
I have 3 business associates and we are sharing the cost of a new server. Disk space accounting a piece of cake, who's using the most of the CPU time a problem a the user level. Any ideas or products?