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For more information on using clustering for fault tolerance and high availability, see 7, Clustering Servers.
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Unlike the hardware specifications for servers, which tend to be more specialized, depending on their role, desktop workstations are more general-purpose computers. Your objective in creating desktop hardware specifications is to design systems suitable for a wide variety of tasks. The ideal situation would be a single desktop computer design that is suitable for all the users on your network. From a purchasing standpoint, this would enable you to order a larger number of identical computers and get the best price. From a support standpoint, your technicians would have to familiarize themselves with only one hardware configuration. Most organizations have a variety of user requirements, however. For example, you might have a large group of order entry clerks who only have to run a single database client program and a small graphic design department that needs better equipped com puters for manipulating large images. It would not be practical to create a hardware specification for a high-end computer that fulfills the graphic designers needs and use the same expensive computers in the order entry department just for the sake of uni formity. In this case, you would create two hardware specifications, one to suit each class of users.
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In the real world, your organization is likely to have more than two classes of users, but you should refrain from creating a hardware specification for each class of users. This would defeat the purpose of standardizing in the first place. Instead, try to consolidate your users needs into three or four desktop hardware specifications, at most. In some cases, your organization s security requirements might affect your desktop hardware specifications. If you want to limit users access to the computer by prevent ing them from installing outside applications, you might decide to use desktop systems without CD-ROM drives. For high-security applications, you might want to equip the desktop computers with card readers, so that users can use smart cards to authenticate themselves when they log on.
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When creating hardware specifications for portable computers, two configurations are usually enough, because portable computers fall into two categories that reflect the needs and tastes of their users: small and light or large and heavy. Large, heavy notebook computers typically include all the features and capabilities of a desktop com puter, including audio speakers, CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives, high-capacity hard drives, and large screens. These computers are capable of being a user s primary workstation, and not just a traveling alternative. Salespeople and others who spend a lot of time on the road are usually best served by this type of computer, which they can use in the office as is, or connected to a docking station. Smaller and lighter portables are better suited for people with limited computing needs who don t want to carry a sevenpound machine. However, you often pay a premium for light weight, and these smaller portables are not necessarily a step down from the larger models.
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Selecting operating systems for your network computers must be coordinated with developing your hardware specifications. The reasons for this include the need to pur chase compatible hardware, or from the opposite starting point, to meet the hardware requirements of the operating systems. However, several other factors are important, such as the following:
Application compatibility Obviously, the operating systems you choose must be capable of running the applications you need. In some cases, people select an operating system to run a particular application. In other cases, you can find com parable applications for each operating system you are considering.
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