Integrated client/server solution

Conclusions

With Karoshi Linux, even newcomers and part-time administrators can set up various server systems without weeks of training and manage a complete intranet. The British developers have not only oriented the system on the requirements of the education sector, but have also considered small companies, freelancers, and private home networks. The Linux client to match the server can also be used in computer racks to quickly create a functional IT infrastructure that meets school requirements without the admin having to laboriously install special programs.

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