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What is a database health check?

A database health check is the process of reviewing and analysing your current IT system database performance. It’s a key step in understanding your overall IT systems performance and whether it’s fit for purpose, ensuring you are maximising your systems full potential to achieve your business goals. Focusing on optimising database performance and solidifying your security measures, our team will be able to take the lead on ensuring you utilise your system to achieve the best results.

How do I know if I need a Database Health Check?

Here are a few of the common signs that your system could be due for a routine Database Health Check.

  • Slow responses
  • Screen pausing or freezing
  • Lengthy back-ups
  • Frequent error messages
  • Slow report run times
  • Reduced disk space

How can Pace IT Systems help?

Our expert team take the time to understand your database system and its environments, as well as your business goals and how your system currently operates to ensure you meet these. As part of our database support services we will run a thorough check to determine your current performance and maintenance strategy, alongside best practise and what you’re currently achieving. We will then create a full report to display the areas that are working well, versus those that need improvement. Our dedicated team will provide recommendations to ensure your system is delivering to its full potential and walk you through how we can help you to achieve this.

Our UK-based team have experience of working with a variety of sectors and operate on a business first approach to understand your requirements and goals. Our clients are assured of an innovative and effective partner able to maximise their IT systems performance and investment. If you’d like any further information on how a Database Health Check can optimise your businesses performance, feel free to contact us.


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