We use a Microsoft SQL database on a MS 2000 server. What can we do to increase company access at peak load times?
Obviously, there can be other issues, but for the following reasons we would probably recommend splitting the database into a table database which might have a few populated tables and a data only database. The populated tables included in the table database would be only those not referenced often (like Company information). Reasons are: • Speed of access. Data transferred over a local network generally have a transfer speed of 100 MB instead of the less than 1MB of most DSL’s. Even allowing for local traffic, real time improvements of several orders of magnitude are common. • Security. In today’s world of hackers, data received by a local area network in an encrypted format and stored on LAN servers help reduce exposure to Internet mischief. If customer data and transaction information is stored on the IIS, each time a query is sent, data interception is possible. Back to Top Do you sell customer information to anyone else? No!! We do not sell or transfer your data to anyone else. We
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