Server for Small Business is a combined server suite designed for running network infrastructure both intranet management and internet access of small and medium enterprises having no more than 75 workstations. These technologies are tightly integrated to enable small businesses with targeted solutions and offer management benefits such as integrated setup, enhanced monitoring, and remote access.
A server for small business is a customized Stock Keeping Unit of server technologies aimed specifically at small businesses. As such, the application servers are not merely bundled with the OS but are tightly integrated in it.
The Remote Web Workplace is a midsize business-focused product, while the Essential Business server, enables pre-created users to log in to a front-end network-facing interface of the small business server.
The POP3 Connector on the other hand, is a piece of software included with the server for small business which enables the server to fetch e-mail from outside. It can fetch e-mail on a per-user, per-account basis, or it can fetch e-mail from a catch-all account and distribute by the To: field based on the e-mail addresses assigned to users in an active directory.
A fax machine is a document sent over a telephone line. In many corporate environments, standalone fax machines have been replaced by "fax servers" and other computerized systems capable of receiving and storing incoming faxes electronically, and then routing them to users on paper or via an email (which may be secured).
A modem is a device that modifies an analog carrier signal to encode digital information, and also demodulates such a carrier signal to interpret the transmitted information. The most familiar example is a voice band Modems which are classified by the amount of data they can send in a given time; these are the unique features of server for small business.