Exchange server, File Server, Remote Server
File server
Afile server is a computer responsible for the central storage and management of data files so that other computers on the same network can access the files. A file server allows users to share information over a network without having to physically transfer files by floppy diskette or some other external storage device. Any computer can be configured to be a host and act as a file server. In its simplest form, a file server may be an ordinary PC that handles requests for files and sends them over the network. In a more sophisticated network, a file server might be a dedicated network-attached storage (NAS) device that also serves as a remote hard disk drive for other computers, allowing anyone on the network to store files on it as if to their own hard drive..
Remote server
Remote server is a very general category. It refers to any computer offering information to other computers. Most of the time, this refers to connecting to a server across the internet and this can be for the purpose of obtaining media, information, or really anything you might want to get from another computer. Large networks will often have a "remote DESKTOP server" as well, allowing login over the local network or across the internet to use the server, network and internet connection as if you were physically sitting in front of it. There are myriad other ways to describe a remote server,but this covers the basics.

Exchange Server
The Microsoft Exchange Server is a program that is most commonly used for messaging, dates and times and contact information. They recently released the 2010 version

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