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upgrading to a proper server and some advice would be great

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Hi Guys and Girls,

Im working for a design/photography/cgi company at the moment and it has fallen to me to find a new option for our server, we have about 8 imacs of varying sizes and speeds and we are using one as our current server but this has limited space on it.

As we deal with large amounts of files at quite large sizes storage is becoming a problem for us, every thing needs to be accessible via every computer and we would ideally like to be able to work off the files with out having to copy them to our personal computers.

Our budget isn't huge and we would need a couple of terabytes of storage with the option to add more.

If you have been in a similar situation or know what my next step could be it would be great to hear from you.
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I think I may have posted this in the wrong thread . . .
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