The Top Five Performance Killers in SharePoint Storage
sponsored by Dell Software

The number of organizations that use SharePoint is vast, thus solidifying its spot as one of the top collaboration platforms in the market. But the rapid adoption of SharePoint often leads to an explosion of the SQL Server content database that can seriously degrade SharePoint performance, leading to user dissatisfaction.

You don’t have to fall victim to poor SharePoint performance. This paper discusses the top five performance killers in SharePoint and how you can avoid these issues to ensure data integrity without breaking your budget and keep your collaboration environment at the top of its game.

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