We are probably all familiar with web, mail or file servers. These are computers with large storage capacity and the role of sharing information across a network, and backing up data, so as to avoid loss.
A server does not do everything. It enables knowledge-sharing across diverse levels of an organisation, without being precious about information. It will pass on whatever is needed, unless security would be compromised.
Servers are also made to allow redundancy (usually with RAID configuration). In other words, they allow for quick, real-time, backup and swap-out of drives. This ensures that data is protected, and the business can function efficiently, even if a harddrive fails. In that case, another takes over the missing drive’s load, until it can be restored.
Does this sound at all like good leadership?