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  • UFC Whitepaper on Server Ram

    Make Sure to Monitor Server RAM and Hard Disc Fragmentation for Optimal Data Capture and Document Management System Performance

    White Paper: Data Capture and Document Management Systems - 10 Tips and Information Nuggets That Will Save You Time, Money, and Hair

    Make Sure to Monitor Server RAM and Hard Disc Fragmentation for Optimal Data Capture and Document Management System Performance
    by Joe Hill 


    Somewhere in the world today, several IT analysts have less hair because their data capture or document management system slowed to a grinding halt. A critical part of any data capture and/or document management system is handling server performance. For any system that is live and successfully in production, there are some key aspects that need to be monitored to maintain optimal server performance over the lifetime of the system. In the beginning of a data capture and document management system's existence, life is good because system performance is usually at its peak with freshly loaded operating data and relatively low usage of a newly adapted system. However, an inadequately monitored system or worse, a 'set it and forget it' attitude towards the server, will result in a quick fall from that peak and lead to performance degradation. In other words, life will no longer be so good.