The amount of data required to do business today can be overwhelming. From the information you need every single day to the material you’re required to keep on file for compliance purposes, the sheer size of your database could be seriously impacting your daily performance and tasks. Fortunately, there’s finally a solution: Archiving and Compression Tools from SQL Perform.
Designed specifically for Dynamics NAV customers, these innovative applications allow you to retain the detailed data you need to move your company forward while still offering a very real performance boost that you’ll notice immediately. The result is data visibility along with faster drill downs, faster reports, faster processing, faster backups, and faster maintenance. That level of speed could mean real changes for your company.
These tools are carefully customized to meet the needs of your company and with ongoing enhancements. you can be certain you will continually reduce the size of your data footprint without limiting your functionality.
As long as you were running the Enterprise Edition of SQL, you could employ the data compression tool, but it’s only going to help you deal with the disks and RAM problems, not the physical heaviness of the data itself. You could scale up your machine, but that’s cost prohibitive in many situations. You could also re-implement a new NAV database, but that’s nothing short of risky, and it’s certain to mean downtime you don’t need right now.
How much data did your company create today? How much will you create tomorrow? How much more can your system hold? Whether you’re keeping it on hand for day to day operations or it’s required from a compliance standpoint, that level of information can create an immeasurable drag on your systems.
SQL Perform’s Archiving and Compression Tools are customized to meet your needs, you get the reduced size without functionality issues at a reasonable cost. To learn more about how these tools work download the webinar HERE or contact us to get an analysis of your current system.