LAN designed to support a network are usually optimized for better performance, which is particularly useful for Local servers and email servers. When optimized servers are used for file or database servers, they can increase application and data availability, ultimately leading to more productive employees.
A network lets co-workers share office equipment, like printers, faxes, and storage devices; for instance, this means you can buy just one or two shared printers for an entire office to use rather than individual printers for each employee who might need one. Similarly, an office can share high-speed Internet access.
It’s much easier and more efficient to manage the many computers that even a small company has from a single platform than it is to manage each of them individually. Also, IT administrators can remotely troubleshoot problems on computers across the network rather than doing it in person.
Data backups done over a network can be centrally managed and scheduled, which makes them more reliable (not to mention more likely to happen on a regular basis). They can also be saved to an off-site location. This means that your backups are secure and safe from any downtime or disasters at your office.