The SME marketplace is by far the least supported of all businesses with regards to Information Technology. These guys are not home users (of which there is an extremely lucrative and supportive publishing industry) and they are not enterprise customers - when I say 'enterprise', I mean in the way a large scale company might be - who have a dedicated set of 'expert' publishing companies diligently publishing professional guides for every single piece of I.T. conceivably used. The problem for the typical SME is money is scarce. In many ways they are as affected by cash-flow as the home user, but unlike home users, the requirements their business places upon technology is much greater: networks needs to be running all the time, they need to understand how to 'fix' problems quickly, configuration of critical systems is essential, system and data security is paramount, backup and restore habits need to be rigorous - all at a very affordable cost.
This is where this book comes in. It gives a no-nonsense insight into exactly what you need to do with Microsoft's Small Business Server, making it easy for the SME owner to set up and configure a fully operational IT infrastructure with no hassle.